About

BORN to perform….Alesia was your typical outspoken city kid. Born and raised in Washington D.C., she began her journey channeling her city energy through dance and playing the piano. After moving to Virginia Beach with her mother, Alesia began performing with the esteemed Hurrah Players of Norfolk Virginia. From Gertrude McFuzz, to Frenchy in Grease, Alesia continued to blossom as an entertainer.

In 2006, Alesia performed “Dancing in the Street” at the historically acclaimed Apollo Theater in Harlem, New York, and then went on to perform on the “Carnival Imagination” with Carnival Cruise Lines in Miami, Florida.

While attending Hampton University with a major in Broadcast Journalism, Alesia had the opportunity to intern with Entercom Communication Norfolk, and Mel Wheeler Broadcasting where she learned the art of traditional media and the evolving digital media markets. Continuing this love of communications after graduation, she went on to spearhead digital media strategy and communications in the non-profit world for The Center for Community Change and Safer Chemicals, Healthy Families.

Alesia now is a major player in her area of expertise; Broadcast Journalism, and has been heard on radio stations spanning Southwestern Virginia, Hampton Roads, and Washington DC. February 2017, she was also named one of the Washington Blade’s Most Eligible LGBTQ Singles and continues to receive honors in her hometown: Tagg Magazine’s 2019 Enterprising Women and 40 Under 40 Queer women in Washington.
Not one to sit down, Alesia host parties, vlogs and writes regularly about the Eurovision Song Contest. With the song contest being broadcasted in the US for the first time ever in 2016, Alesia was THE American voice on the ground in Stockholm, Sweden and she continues to share her unique opinion on the Song Contest.