Alejandra Campoverdi is a champion for women's health, founder of The Well Woman Coalition, and a former White House aide to President Obama. Founded during Alejandra's own health battle as a BRCA gene mutation carrier, The Well Woman Coalition is an initiative empowering women of color to have agency over their own health and healing through awareness, education, and advocacy. In partnership with Penn Medicine's Basser Center for BRCA, Alejandra is also the founder of LATINX & BRCA, which seeks to raise awareness in the U.S. Latinx community around BRCA-related cancers. Alejandra is a graduate of USC and earned her Master of Public Policy from Harvard's Kennedy School. She is a former Commissioner for the California Children and Families Commission (First 5 CA), and serves on the boards of Harvard's Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy, the California Community Foundation, and Harvard's Journal of Hispanic Policy.