Alexandra is Founder & CEO of Lulu, the #1 private network for women. Focused on unleashing the value of girl talk, Lulu’s interactive platform is revolutionizing the mobile media and dating spheres. Nominated as TechCrunch's 2013 "Fastest Rising Startup," Lulu has hit over a billion plus profile views from millions of users in the United States, Brazil and Mexico. With its unique approach to reputation-backed dating, The New York Times wrote that Alexandra started a “take back the internet movement for young women.” Business Insider and AdWeek have recognized Alexandra as one of the top entrepreneurs in New York.
Before Lulu, Alexandra served as Global Head of Marketing for Upstream, one of the world's largest mobile marketing companies.
She holds a BSC and an LLB from the London School of Economics. Alexandra grew up in Jamaica, where she played tennis professionally and represented Team Jamaica at the Federation Cup and Commonwealth Games.
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