Allison Alexander is a multi-faceted talent. Anchor. Reporter. Host. Freelance Writer. Mediator. Mom.
Allison has many roles and feels just as comfortable debating politics as she does critiquing fashion on the red carpet at the Grammy Awards, both of which she's done in her many years working in television.
An Emmy award winning journalist, Allison's work has also earned her recognition by the Associated Press, and many local organizations. While working in Arizona, she and her photographer were the only television crew ever given full access to the Arizona State Prison Complex--including the death chambers. Allison's story of a notorious killer fighting for the legalization of organ donations by death row inmates and a child waiting for a life-saving donor, earned her the prestigious Edward R. Murrow award.
With well over a decade of TV experience, Allison has covered the gamut. She has reported on racial tensions in the south, drug and immigration issues along the Mexico border, tornadoes, wildfires, presidential races, school shootings, and the Space Shuttle Columbia tragedy.
On this website, you'll find samples of her work, her resume, bio, and pictures.