Alex is a 6th generation Floridian and purpose-driven science professional with almost a decade of experience as an environmental educator, conservation advocate, and science communicator. Her work centers on collaborative conservation missions, immersive environmental education experiences, interdisciplinary student engagement, and multi-media production.
Born and raised in Tampa, Alex got her start in conservation back in 2015 with The Florida Wildlife Corridor Foundation. After graduating with her master’s in environmental education, Alex participated in the Glades to Gulf Expedition as a photography assistant and expedition intern, in turn becoming a production assistant for the film, “The Forgotten Coast”. Alex returned to the Foundation as the logistics coordinator for the 2018 Heartland to Headwaters Expedition and worked as an assistant producer on the resulting “Last Green Thread” film. Most recently, Alex joined the 2021 Spring to Shore Expedition as an environmental educator, logistics coordinator, and associate producer of the film, “Home Waters”. Her production credits now extend to National Geographic and Disney with her work as a field producer on the new “Path of the Panther” documentary by Grizzly Creek Films and Wildpath.