Alexis Jones

Alexis

Jones

Bio

Alexis Jones is an internationally recognized author, activist, speaker and media personality

Alexis Jones founded the 501c3 nonprofit I AM THAT GIRL, which currently has 1M+ girls involved and chapters in over 20 countries. She is an internationally recognized author, activist, speaker, media personality.

Alexis hosted a TV show on the red carpet and several shows on CBS, ESPN, Fox Sports, MTV and TLC. She also hosted and organized TEDxAustinWomen, executive produced the film, A Brave Heart: The Lizzie Velasquez Story and won nine out of nine film festivals.

Alexis recently founded ProtectHer, a locker room program educating male athletes on the importance of respecting women. She was featured as one of AOL’s MAKERS along with Oprah, Ellen, Hilary Clinton and Sheryl Sandberg. She was listed as one of Oprah’s #SuperSoul100, Cultivate & Creates’ Top 100, DELL’s #Inspire100, Fast Company’s “Female Trailblazers,” ESPN’s “Pop Culture’s Top Ten,” and named one of the five most influential women in Austin as a Profiles in Power winner.

Alexis has spoken at The White House, Harvard, Stanford, The United Nations, Nike, DELL, Pepsi and The Girl Scouts.

Alexis Jones founded the 501c3 nonprofit I AM THAT GIRL, which currently has 1M+ girls involved and chapters in over 20 countries. She is an internationally recognized author, activist, speaker, media personality.

Alexis hosted a TV show on the red carpet and several shows on CBS, ESPN, Fox Sports, MTV and TLC. She also hosted and organized TEDxAustinWomen, executive produced the film, A Brave Heart: The Lizzie Velasquez Story and won nine out of nine film festivals.

Alexis recently founded ProtectHer, a locker room program educating male athletes on the importance of respecting women. She was featured as one of AOL’s MAKERS along with Oprah, Ellen, Hilary Clinton and Sheryl Sandberg. She was listed as one of Oprah’s #SuperSoul100, Cultivate & Creates’ Top 100, DELL’s #Inspire100, Fast Company’s “Female Trailblazers,” ESPN’s “Pop Culture’s Top Ten,” and named one of the five most influential women in Austin as a Profiles in Power winner.

Alexis has spoken at The White House, Harvard, Stanford, The United Nations, Nike, DELL, Pepsi and The Girl Scouts.