Alexandria Bassett

Class of 2009

Alexandria Bassett is a native Phoenician and graduated from the Walter Cronkite School of Broadcasting from Arizona State University. Prior to 2003, Bassett interned within the media and hosted the entertainment news then entered the field of marketing and publicity. Bassett sold print and radio advertising before relocating to California where she became the Assistant to the Director of Publicity at Paramount studios. After years in Hollywood, Bassett re-focused and moved home to Phoenix in 2007. With her return to Arizona, she became actively involved in politics. Bassett was selected as an Obama Fellow and took leadership roles within the Presidential Campaign. Currently she is the East Valley Regional Field Director for the National Day of Service, a program supported by the Presidential Inauguration Committee. She is also a substitute at Madison School District and Rancho Solano Private Schools. She was raised with a foundation to be involved in community outreach and has sustained and built on this level of volunteering becoming passionate on her greatest cause which is children. Bassett’s innate ability to listen and connect, her dedication and commitment to all responsibilities, and her genuine respect for all ideas and people, has focused her on seeing what minute differences one person can make to help aide for all.

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