Alexis Jones is a thought leader for the 21st century women's movement and an expert on Generation Y. A Texas native, Alexis completed her undergraduate and Masters from the University of Southern California. Alexis is the founder of the non-profit I AM THAT GIRL, and is an internationally recognized speaker, media personality, and activist. Accompanied by major influencers in media, Alexis and I AM THAT GIRL presented their Healthy Media initiative in Washington, DC to The White House Council on Women and Girls. Alexis began her media career by hosting live television on the red carpet, working at FOX Sports and ESPN, and as a contestant on the hit CBS show: Survivor. As Alexis' impact has grown, so has her recognition. She was featured as one of AOL's MAKERS Video Series along with Oprah Winfrey, Ellen DeGeneres, Hilary Clinton, and Sheryl Sandberg; and she was featured as a life coach on MTV's hit series MADE. She was highlighted as an Ambassador for L'Oreal's new STEM initiative, and listed as one of DELL's #Inspire 100 List, Fast Company's "Female Trailblazers" and ESPN's Pop Culture's Top Ten. She's been featured in numerous outlets, including NPR, Glamour, Women's Health, The Huffington Post, and The LA Times. Alexis is igniting a movement and spreading her message of turning self-doubt into self-love. (10% of the book profits will go to support I AM THAT GIRL 501c3).National non-profit organization I AM THAT GIRL was founded in 2008 by Alexis Jones and Emily Greener to address the growing need for community for girls and young women by helping to build self-esteem and realize their full potential. Recognizing the potential dangers of living in a digital age, consumption and media definitions of what is beautiful, the organization has an interactive platform with content designed to inspire and encourage. The organization helps girls and young women throughout the country to create support and community through the establishment of local chapters who meet regularly to discuss and share feelings about relevant and pressing topics such as bullying, current events, eating disorders among others. I AM THAT GIRL provides the curriculum to help guide discussion and provide ideas for calls to action.