Get to know Alexis

Alexis is a Client Executive with experience building as well as managing teams and developing strategic partnerships in a variety of settings. She is responsible for client relationships and satisfaction, creation of new partnerships through referrals and networking, follow-up and conversion of leads, and identification of new opportunities where InfoWorks can add value to the local business community.

Alexis loves meeting new people and learning new things, and she draws on that energy in client and community engagements. Her goal is to make the lives of others easier through her work and attitude.

A Nashville native, Alexis is the co-founder of Resera, a jewelry manufacturing facility that employs and empowers women survivors overcoming homelessness and domestic violence. Within four years of founding the company, she grew Resera from a bag of beads to an enterprise that has sold over 25,000 pieces of jewelry, employed 17 women survivors, provided housing for nine employees, secured cars for four employees, and even helped one woman regain custody of her children.

As a student at Vanderbilt, Alexis was an Ingram Scholar, a competitive full-tuition scholarship awarded to students on the merits of character, leadership, and service. Prior to studying at Vanderbilt, Alexis interned at five different non-profits in five different countries over the course of a year.

Life Outside the Office

Alexis lives outside of Nashville with her husband and their puppy. She enjoys hosting parties and backyard bonfires, practicing yoga, and staying involved in her church. An avid traveler, Alexis is always planning her next trip.

Professional Development

  • Executive Learning Network, member
  • Women in Technology of Tennessee, member
  • Leadership Health Care, member
  • Nashville Health Care Council, member
  • Nashville Technology Council, member
  • Nashville Emerging Leader Awards, nominee
  • Ingram Scholar Alumni, Vanderbilt University
  • Bachelor of Science in Human and Organizational Development, Minor in Economics, Vanderbilt University

Community Involvement

  • Ingram Scholars Alumni, Board Member
  • Resera, Board Member
  • First: Earth, Board Member
  • Impact100, Grants Committee
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