Head of Employer and Payer Channel Partners
At BehaVR, Alexandra is focused on business growth through employer and channel partners, where there is a significant need for providing programs that address pain, stress, and areas of high spend. Through virtual reality, BehaVR brings a new approach to market to solve for these issues.
Alexandra is passionate about business growth strategy and personal health. She believes every individual should have access to the highest quality healthcare and resources, which drives her desire to distribute the best solutions in the marketplace through various channels.
She has worked in health technology for 10+ years with a focus on distribution through employee benefits. She has spent time on the payer and vendor side supporting customer success, sales, and strategic partnerships and has shared her expertise speaking at national employee benefits conferences and consultant thought leadership events.
Alexandra is a Broadcast News major from the University of Georgia and holds Certificates in Personal and Organizational Leadership as well as Business Principles.
What was your first experience with VR?
BehaVR! I had never used Virtual Reality before joining. I’ll never forget opening my Oculus Quest 2 that I received soon after joining, downloading Supernatural (because it’s Aaron, our CEO’s, favorite non-BehaVR program), and being completely immersed and amazed…and a bit humiliated because my husband thought it’d be a good filming opportunity!
What do you find most exciting about our industry?
There are so many players committed to changing the healthcare dynamics and improving the consumer experience. It seems as though there are exponential advances each year that force significant change, providing greater access to care through technology, more research and better understanding of the human body/mind, better payment models, etc.
What’s the best advice you’ve ever been given?
You are stronger than the limits your mind places on you. Push beyond your comfort zone.
What’s a hobby, habit or ritual that puts you at ease or strengthens your mental health?
Cycling, swimming, running, hiking – any outdoor physical activity really.