Rebekah Azaylia Alexander
Rebekah is a millennial caregiver from Bellerose, Queens in New York City who has been a co-caregiver to her maternal grandmother from Puerto Rico for over eight years. Her experience as a young co-caregiver while working and pursuing her Master of Public Administration Degree full-time shaped her commitment to advocacy for labor and healthcare policies that support caregivers and their families during these periods of heightened need. Rebekah was also a member of the inaugural Caring Across Generations CARE Fellowship in 2019, where fellows were trained in communication and media outreach to stakeholders including elected officials and candidates. She has over ten years of fundraising and development management experience currently working as the Individual Giving Manager at Caring Across Generations. She has a Master of Public Administration from the Marxe School of Public and International Affairs at Baruch College and a Bachelor of Science degree in Community Health Education, Urban Public Health from Hunter College.