Alejandra Jimenez has combined more than 12 years of administration and management experience with a passion for community service. She is a passionate community servant with the ability to motivate and inspire individuals in identifying their potential to continue and share the same passion in serving others. She currently serves on the board of Metro Young Latino Professionals Association (M.Y.L.P.A.) is a member of the YNPN of Greater Omaha and is a Financial Coach for Creighton University's Financial Hope Collaborative Program for single mothers. Alejandra is also a participant runner for the Live Forward, Keep Kids Alive Drive 25 organization which is dedicated to bringing good into the world in honor of loved ones who died as a result of a traffic incident and how to keep our streets safe.
She’s looking forward to her recent career move as an Account Manager for AIM Institute. Alejandra graduated from Bellevue University with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. She believes there are no secrets to success. It is the result of sacrifice, hard work, and learning from ones mistakes.
Alejandra is a devoted mother to her children, Liam and Ivy. She believes everything they do together from crafting to volunteering at Open Door Mission are all part of their learning adventures. Alejandra's mission is to inspire others by filling them with hope and lifting people one person at a time.