Dr. “TEA” Traci E. Alexander is the leader in Ed•u•tain•ment a powerhouse mom, working in the media industry that spans three decades, an award-winning journalist for; Ebony.Com, BET, Queen Latifah, garnering exclusive sit-down interviews with notable leaders and icons such as President Barak Obama, Ambassador Susan Rice, Alice Walker, Hill Harper, Cyntoia Brown-Long, “The Queen of Soul” Aretha Franklin, and noted as the first African American woman to anchor the evening news for ABC in Central Louisiana.
Her research and rolodex have catapulted her into a prominent role as a leader and professor in the fields of communication and leadership development--specializing in Strategic Branding & Public Relations and Fundraising & Business Development for organizations dedicated to advancing social justice for women of color and undeserved and marginalized communities.
Dr. TEA is a connector connecting people with passion to causes with purpose. Her mission is to increase the number of men and women of color attaining advanced degrees in higher education.
She is the Executive Producer of The Read with Dr. TEA and TEA Talk; In Conversation with Dr. TEA, which girds her passion to get and keep folks reading. Her work has supported several organizations locally and nationally with Cyntoia Brown Long’s, Free Cyntoia, Beverly Bond’s, Black Girl’s Rock, Owning Our Magic. Rocking Our Truth, Taraji P. Henson's Memoir, Round the Way Girl, Jenifer Lewis’ The Mother of Black Hollywood, Mike Epps’ Unsuccessful Thug, Cookie Johnson's Memoir, Believing in Magic, Ambassador Andrew Young’s, The Making of Modern Atlanta, Dr. Tererai Trent’s, The Awaken Woman, Mashonda Tifrere’s, Blend and Taking the Arrow Out of the Heart, Alice Walker.
When you educate to entertain, education becomes the entertainment;
which results in developed authentic thought leaders!
Education is the key to entertainment.