Alexis Jones was born and raised in Austin, Texas, with four older brothers.
She received her bachelor’s degree in international relations and Spanish
and most recently finished her master’s degree in communications
management, both from the University of Southern California. While at USC,
Jones hosted a college television show (for three years) called “Doing It
for Reel,” where she interviewed celebrities on the red carpet of movie
premieres and press junkets.
Jones is a motivational speaker who works one-on-one with young girls to
build confidence and self-esteem. She just created an empowerment/non-profit
organization for young girls called “I Am That Girl.” While still in
school, she worked at Fox Sports and interned with ESPN (mostly because she
is a self-described “sports junky”). She also founded and reported for a
website that covered the 2005 USC football season.
Her hobbies include hanging out with family and friends, writing (she’s
currently working on an empowerment book for girls titled “Comatose
Barbie”) and watching college football. She describes herself as
contagiously energetic, fiercely competitive and resilient. She has traveled
to Costa Rica, Spain, China and Morocco and has hiked 150 miles to the base
of Mt. Everest. She is a member of the Bel Air Presbyterian Church. Jones
enjoys playing volleyball, flag football, soccer and has just completed a
Jones is currently single and resides in Beverly Hills, California. Her
birth date is July 6, 1983.
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