Senior Director, NSSLHA
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
Alexis has spent the last eight years in association management and has worked and volunteered with nonprofit organizations for over a decade. She has a diverse background in law, volunteer management, professional development, marketing, and sales. Alexis has spent seven years with the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) before taking over leadership of the National Student Speech Language Hearing Association.
She is a thought leader and has presented at various ASAE events, state association conferences, and Association Women and Technology Champion (AWTC) webinars. Alexis is a member of the AM&P Network Associations Council Advisory Board and active volunteer with ASAE and AWTC. Outside of Alexis’s work within the association community, she is a member of the Family Services Committee with Habitat for Humanity Metro Maryland. Additionally, she has been a recurring guest speaker for a Nonprofit Management course at Pepperdine University’s DC campus.
Alexis graduated from Oakland University with a combined degree in sociology and anthropology, Western Michigan University- Cooley Law School with a law degree, and Johns Hopkins University with a master’s degree in public management. She is a 2022 Association TRENDS Young and Aspiring Professional, 2020-2022 ASAE Diversity Executive Leadership Scholar, a 2019 Association Forum and USAE Forty under 40 award recipient, and a 2019 ASAE NextGen Scholar. Alexis is a licensed attorney with the State Bar of Michigan.