Lexy has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Public Health Studies and minors in African and African American Studies and Public Policy. Based in Durham, North Carolina, she works for Alamance Achieves, a localized education equity initiative that seeks to use data-driven practices, a racial equity lens, and community co-development to ensure Black, Latinx, and Indigenous students succeed across education pathways and as a trainer with the Racial Equity Institute (REI). She is also a member of the Health Equity Collective in Alamance County (a Community Based Participatory Research partnership) and the Health Equity and Racism (HER) Lab with Elon University. She brings understanding from her Public Health background by studying and researching the Black Woman’s psychosocial experience and learned behaviors of Black daughters, which led to advocating for Black maternal health and healing within health equity work. Lexy enjoys her time cultivating a community centered on anti-racism principles and focusing on building opportunities for young professionals to grow their anti-racism work. You will find Lexy enjoying a good book or podcast in her downtime.