Lexi White is an award-winning Reproductive Justice advocate and policy strategist who is passionate about intersectional movement-building, policy change and reflective democracy. Lexi has worked for 8+ years in Black-led organizations to advance intersectional policy, advocacy and movement-building strategies at the intersections of racial and gender justice and has worked tirelessly to disrupt power dynamics that marginalize BIPOC leaders and communities.
In this new role, Lexi looks forward to advancing policy priorities in the VA General Assembly, overseeing electoral strategies and working collaboratively to advance legislative and movement-building priorities of the Virginia Reproductive Equity Alliance, including but not limited to, building power to enshrine the right to Reproductive Freedom in Virginia’s Constitution.
A resident of Alexandria, Lexi currently serves as an appointed Commissioner on the Alexandria Commission for Women as well as an Advisor on Q Street’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Advisory Committee for LGBTQ+ lobbyists and public policy advocates.
Lexi holds a Master’s Degree in Public Policy from Temple University and a dual Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies from the University of Pennsylvania. Lexi is also a proud member of Lambda Theta Alpha, Latin Sorority, Incorporated and a 2022 Rockwood Reproductive Health, Rights, and Justice Fellow.
Organizations Lexi has worked with include: In Our Own Voice: National Black Women’s Reproductive Justice Agenda, New Voices for Reproductive Justice, the Philadelphia Commission for Women, Bebashi-Transition to Hope, Grassroots Campaigns Philadelphia, and the Penn Women’s Center.