Alexandra became the first ever US female bobsled champion because someone said women couldn’t bobsled. She met Barack Obama because someone told her to just “give up” trying to fight for her son’s health. She has an award winning documentary because someone else said it couldn’t be done. Alexandra attributes her stubborn streak to her father, a retired US Diplomat and military intelligence officer, who always taught her the guy telling you “no” is just the guy who doesn’t have the power to say “yes.”
She was recently named by the White House as Champion of Change for Public Health and Prevention. She is the national spokesperson for the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, an Air Ambassador for Earthjustice in Washington D.C. and a frequent lobbyist on Capitol Hill before the US Senate and the EPA. She’s currently working on her second film – an adaptation from her award-winning book, Damaged Goods (endorsed by Erin Brokovich, who Alexandra arranged to come to her hometown in 2005 to fight local cement plants).
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