Though Alexis is young in age, she has still managed to earn numerous awards and recognition for her many roles in leadership and her academic performance throughout the years. Alexis attended American History High School in her hometown of Newark, New Jersey where she served as student body president and graduated with a 4.0 cumulative GPA. During high school, she was awarded with the Essex County Scholastic Achievement Award, State Senate Citation- Superintendent’s Award, NAACP Scholarship and Achievement Award, among many other academic accomplishments. Currently in her second year at Rutgers University New Brunswick as a School of Arts and Sciences Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF) scholar, she continues to strive as an involved leader on campus and an academically driven student in the classroom. She is currently the Peer Mentor for the Paul Robeson Living-Learning Community, Peer Mentor for the EOF School of Biological and Environmental Sciences, a member of the SAS Core Requirements Committee, part of the Bonner Leadership Program, and on the Executive Board for student organizations on campus; while simultaneously earning Dean’s List consecutively while at the University. Her future leadership endeavors include being Program Assistant for the SEBS EOF Program as well as an Apartment Assistant for the 2019-2020 academic school year. Alexis has been recognized for her hard work and continued strides towards being an influential leader for her peers and beyond.

“Women in S.T.E.A.M are important because we need women to continue breaking barriers and establishing stepping stones, just as women before us have done, in every professional field imaginable so that generations after can build on top of the work that has been done and ensure that the achievement of women in careers continue to evolve and are never lost or forgotten.”