Alexandria Sousa, advisor, has led innovative digital and distributed organizing programs for several national grassroots political campaigns and advocacy organizations across the country. Prior to joining the The Justice Collaborative Institute, Alexa was one of the first team members on the Beto for America presidential campaign, helping to set up the staffing, resources, and operational infrastructure for the digital, technology, data, and organizing departments of the campaign. Prior to that, Alexa was the Distributed Organizing Director for the Beto for Texas campaign, where she led a 35 person department that organized tens of thousands of volunteers across the country and opened 70 volunteer-run grassroots offices. Before joining the Beto campaign, Alexa project managed a team of organizers to launch People Power, the ACLU’s first grassroots organizing program. Alexa also led digital and distributed organizing programs for Women’s March, NextGen Climate, and Bernie 2016.