Alexa is a Senior Communications Specialist at Deloitte Risk and Financial Advisory where I support the Office of the CMO in driving and executing marketing and communications initiatives. Prior to joining Deloitte, I attended the University of Southern California and graduated with Honors in Business Administration and a Global Scholar distinction. I dedicated my time in college to the prosperity, opportunity, and growth of young women at USC and in the neighboring Los Angeles community. I am the USC chapter founder of I AM THAT GIRL, a non-profit organization aimed at empowering girls to love, be, and express who they are. Additional highlights from college include speaking at TEDxTrousdale, performing as a USC Song Girl, mentoring young women in WYSE, studying abroad in Budapest, and joining a sorority. I am originally from Dallas, Texas
Bonnie Boswell is the executive producer of THE POWERBROKER: Whitney Young's Fight for Civil Rights, airing on PBS' Independent Lens, February 18, 2013.
She graduated from Harvard University with a bachelor's degree in Anthropology and holds a master's degree in City Planning from M.I.T. Ms. Boswell began her career as a editorial broadcaster for NBC New York. She produced a weekly newsmagazine program for NBC New York, then joined ABC's, "20/20," as an associate producer.
After moving to Los Angeles, she became a news reporter for NBC Los Angeles. She received a "Golden Mike Award for "Seeds of Peace," a one-hour news special she produced and hosted NBC. Ms. Boswell also co-hosted "Lawson Live," a live, national television talk show.
Ms. Boswell's articles have been published in the Los Angeles Times, Essence and the Radcliffe Quarterly." She has been a guest on NBC's "Today" show and the CBS radio network.
Dawn is a serial technology startup veteran with over twenty years of experience building teams at great companies leading to successful exits. She grew support operations leading to a multi billion-dollar IPO at NetZero/United Online. Prior to that she lead tech teams at Microcom (acquired by Compaq), and InterAccess (acquired by Allegiance Telecom). Currently she is the Co-Founder and COO of Netki, a FinTech startup focused on digital identity for usability and compliance.. Dawn was named one of the Power Women in FinTech by InnoTribe’s Bridging the Gender Gap 2015 report. She currently serves on the Boards of The Threshold Foundation and BitGive as well as being an advisor to the award winning newspaper, The National Observer.
After launching her modeling career with an Adidas worldwide campaign, Leila Pari moved to Los Angeles to pursue music. In 2015 she became sponsored by Gibson Guitars and is currently in residency at Interscope Record's Peppermint Club. Her success building a large following on social apps led to interviews featured by Flipagram, Forbes, & KNBC. In 2016 she partnered with Flipagram & Unilever and raised over 480 thousand meals for people in need through a video she created which receiver over 3.5 million views. Leila is launching her first series of pop/electronic singles starting in October 2017. Her debut single is titled All or Nothing.