Alexandria Brimage-Gray

Marketing and Public Relations Enthusiast

Location icon United States of America

Creative and persuasive marketing and communications professional with over five years experience journalism, advertising, marketing and media relations in government, private and agency settings. Proven ability to combine vision, creativity, and strong analytical skills with well-developed project management and leadership skills to support product launches, branding initiatives and positioning products and companies for success.

Throughout my career I have led teams by providing a clear vision, demanding hard work, collaboration and dedication to the team and mission consistently. While fostering a work environment that is not only effective and efficient but encourages all involved to be intentional about taking ownership for their work and to align both personal and company goals.

Fort Family provides aid in times of crisis

FORT BRAGG, N.C. -- Each year, hundreds of Army Reserve Soldiers and their family members find themselves in the midst of a crisis or natural disaster which affords another opportunity for the Fort Family Outreach and Support Center to provide some much needed support.

Film workshop provides therapy to combat vets

FORT BRAGG, N.C. - Lights. Camera. Action. Cut. These were just a few of the words heard quite frequently during the "I Was There" film making workshop, held Sept. 30 to Oct. 3 in the Warrior Transition Battalion Barracks Multipurpose Room.

Stalking: A crime that takes on many forms

When you hear the word stalking, the first thing to come to your mind may be the high profile cases where celebrities have people peering through their windows, breaking into their homes, or just some crazy person snooping around watching their every move.

Army Reserve Family Programs

Army Reserve Family Programs, Fort Bragg, North Carolina. 6,352 likes · 126 talking about this · 68 were here. Welcome to the official Army Reserve Family Programs Facebook page! Posted comments and...

Choice bus gives Lewis Chapel Middle School students glimpse of a life behind bars

From the outside, the bus looks like an ordinary school bus in the front and a prison transport bus in the rear. But when students at Lewis Chapel Middle School stepped inside, the discussions were more serious than normal bus chatter. Hidden behind dark black curtains was a replica of an Alabama Department of Corrections prison cell.

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