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Asking Questions & Find a Mentor
Lessons from an Alexander Intern With a background in research and art history, medical administration and coding seemed to be
Finding Calm On Their Own Time – In Their Own Space
Alexander Youth Network implements calming rooms to give children the opportunity to identify how they can best self-regulate under stress.
Alexander Leadership Institute Promotes Professional Development & Company Innovation
How the Alexander Leadership Institute promotes professional development & company innovation 4 competencies, 9 months, 2 programs, 30% growth –
Volunteer Spotlight – Lisa Brown
Lisa Brown Lisa Brown is a volunteer at Alexander Youth Network through Randall-Reilly, where she is the Content Development Manager.
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Supporting Foster Care with Two Companion Bills
Representative Holly Grange and Senator Ralph Hise filed companion bills (H580 / S636) to provide additional support for foster care
Volunteer Spotlight – Rachel Rodriguez
Rachel Rodriguez – Volleyball Instructor Rachel has been a volunteer at Alexander Youth Network for over 20 years. She started
Ashley Conrad Named President of Alexander Youth Network
We are proud to announce that Ashley Conrad, MSL, has been named President of Alexander Youth Network. As the agency
Volunteer Spotlight – Meagan Speck
Meagan Speck – Lunch Buddy Meagan is a lunch buddy who has been volunteering at Alexander Youth Network since July
Volunteer Spotlight – Virginia Molan
Virgina Molan – Junior League  Virgina has been a volunteer at Alexander Youth Network for more than five years as
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“That Is Why I Show Up”
One hour each week is all it takes to make a difference in a child’s life. That one-hour-a-week has become
Thank You For Celebrating Our Kids
Alexander Youth Network Impact Video 2018 On Thursday, March 7th, over 500 guests gathered at the Westin Ballroom in Uptown
What “The Red Shirts” Mean To Alexander
Thanks to the generosity of more than 50 colleagues from Wells Fargo, the children in Psychiatric Residential Treatment and Charlotte