For the past four years, Alexandria Washington has interviewed a number of artists, celebrities, and fans alike to add to the daily and ever-changing narrative of today's pop culture. The 25-year-old Jacksonville, Arkansas native started freelancing for websites like CocoaFab, Entertainment Scoop, and more while balancing her day job in the field of education, as an elementary reading teacher. It was during this time that she interviewed Patti LaBelle, President Bill Clinton, Jacquees, Tank, Karen Civil, Taraji P. Henson, Tweet, Raheem DeVaughn and a list of others.
Now, as an Entertainment Editor at CocoaFab.com, she interviews, books, edits, produces, acts as talent for various entertainment news segments, red carpet coverage, and exclusive interviews. As the young, start-up site expands, Washington plays an instrumental role in the development of the original content for CocoaFab as well as EntertainmentScoop.com, as she directs and edits segments like "Buzz With Pub", "Cocoa King", and #BlackGirlMagic spotlight
When shes not contributing, she combines her passion for being in front of the camera and pushing the culture of her generation forward with her highly praised YouTube series, My Dope Monday. Each week, she shares a few minutes of inspiration that she has gained from lifes experiences, her mentors and biblical stories that push her to put things into perspective. Washington is a motivational speaker that travels to speak to multiple churches, youth centers and college panels.
Washington is currently the assignment editor and social media reporter for TEGNAs THV 11 News in Little Rock, where she is the host of Emmy-nominated morning show segment, Home Field Advantage. She has also lent her talents to the radio industry, beginning in 2013 at Streetz 101.1 (sister station to Atlantas Streetz 94.5), in Detroit with the #1 morning show on OhSoRadio, and now can be heard on the #1 urban radio station in the market, Power 92.3 as a gossip columnist on Monday- Friday with Jaid Taylor Live and her show, The Buzz In The City every Saturday morning from 9 a.m.- 2 p.m.
As a journalist and a digital content producer, Washington looks forward to making her dreams become a reality one day at a time.