Alexandra Khalel (she/her) is a dedicated advocate for equity in education and justice, with a strong passion for mental health advocacy. In addition to being the president of The Democratic Progressive Caucus of Tampa Bay, she actively participates in various community organizations. Alexandra takes pride in her roles as a Girl Scout leader, a member of the PASCO Coalition, and a valuable contributor to the Pasco Schools Equity Advisory Board. Furthermore, she holds the position of owner and CEO at MKM Communications.
Alexandra's journey began when she graduated from the University of Missouri, St. Louis in 2009 with a BA degree in Criminology. Her educational background led her to work in a group home for children with behavioral and mental disorders, where she made a positive impact on their lives. Later, she transitioned to the corporate world and became a local real estate agent. During her time in this role, she played a crucial role in spearheading recruiting and marketing efforts for a real estate brokerage.
At home, Alexandra shares her life with her partner, Mohammed Khalel, and their two children, Laila and Nasir. As a multicultural Arab and Black household, the Khalel family embraces diversity and is deeply committed to building a future that prioritizes equity and inclusion for all.
and the Pasco Schools Equity Advisory Board. She is also a freelance personal assistant and social media consultant. Alexandra graduated in 2009 from University of Missouri, St. Louis with a BA degree in Criminology, which led her to working in a group home for children with behavioral and mental disorders. She later entered the corporate world and became a local real estate agent, spearheading recruiting and marketing for a real estate brokerage.
Alexandra lives with her partner, Mohammed Khalel, and their 2 children, Laila and Nasir . As a multicultural Arab and Black household, the Khalel family is dedicated to a future based on equity and inclusion.