My name is Alexandra Paes and I study Jounalism at California University of Pennsylvania. I will be graduating in the Spring of 2022 and look forward to moving out of state for my husband's career with the Army. On this website you will find information about my professional accomplishments, personal life, military career, and contact information. I aspire to be a writer for a news outlet and look forward to relocating out of state after graduation.
Email - firstname.lastname@example.org Phone - 412/654/1950
My work with the local youth soccer club gave me the chance to volunteer for a special needs and disabled summer camp for children. We were awarded the State Volunteerism Award by PA Representative Petrarca for our work with disabled kids using soccer as a teaching outlet.
In June of 2016 I graduated with Honors from Kiski Area High School. Throughout my four years in school, I was involved in clubs such as Mock Trial, Student Council Leader, Future Business Leaders of America, 4H, Musical, Fall Drama Club, and maintained a job with the Athletic Department.
I enlisted in the Air Force as an aircraft maintainer and graduated top ten percent of my class with Honors. I went on to work at the PA Air National Guard Base in Moon Township as a Guardsman.Click here for more information about my military career
Born in Rochester, New York as the oldest of four children my family moved to PA in 2001. I spend my time often reading books throughout the years of history and writing for the school newspaper. I am a product of a busy soccer household and have a passion for all things sports especially the Pittsburgh Penguins hockey team. I have traveled all over the world both through work and pleasure and enjoy seeing new countries.
In January of 2019 I was diagnosed with Stage 3 Hodgkins Lymphoma. After battling through six months of chemotherapy, the cancer relapsed causing the need for further treatment. In late March 2020 through August of 2020 I underwent further chemo and a stem cell/bone marrow transplant to finally beat cancer. In March of 2020 prior to treatment, I married my high school sweetheart of eight years. He currently serves overseas in the Army and has been stationed across the globe.