Alex Santos Murry
Alex is a Filipina-American writer, producer, and strategist born and raised in New York City and currently based in Paris, France. Alex's work is largely concentrated in nonprofit and media production: she is a published writer (editorial and fiction), her photography has been exhibited across the country, and spent seven years doing diversity strategy and producing live events for cultural giants like WNYC and the Apollo Theater. She recently completed her MBA at Audencia Business School in Nantes, France, where she specialized in applying sustainable business practice to nonprofit and creative institutions. Her master's thesis was a 100-page socioeconomic strategic analysis of the growing movement to decolonize Western cultural institutions.
Alex's artistic and organizational work is focuses on social, racial, and economic justice, with an emphasis on community building. She holds a BA in American Studies and English: Creative Writing from Colby College, and is a graduate of the highly selective Coro Fellowship in Public Affairs. Alex has done work for a wide range of companies and institutions across sectors, including the United Federation of Teachers, The Apollo Theater, New York Public Radio, Restaurant Workers United, Edelman, Manitou, and the NYC Mayor's Office of Media & Entertainment. In 2017, she was named one of FindSpark.com's "30 Must-Follow Diversity & Inclusion Thought Leaders Transforming the Workplace."
For speaking, writing, producing, and consulting inquiries, reach her at: firstname.lastname@example.org