Alexandria Hazard

Account Representative

Alexandria’s enthusiasm for Capturing Kids’ Hearts began at a very young age. At just eight years old, her goal was to work for Capturing Kids’ Hearts. From her father bringing home a Social Contract to when she took Leadworthy® in 7th grade, she has had a passion for servant leadership and bringing out the best in people.

Alexandria grew up in Deer Park, TX. She graduated with honors from the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor with a bachelor’s degree in business administration focusing on Management and Marketing. During her college career, Alexandria devoted herself to encouraging school aged girls and became the head cheer coach at a local high school. Upon completing college, Alexandria spent several years in advertising, developing a push for body inclusivity and positivity in all areas of life.

Outside of her academics, she has also received 5th, 9th, and 10th in the state of Texas for competing in golf, as well as being a part of the Jr. PGA.

Alexandria currently resides in Friendswood, Texas, where she spends most of her free time with her dog Hunter, golfing and finding new recipes to try in the kitchen. Alexandria continues with her passions for mental health awareness, serving women in educational leadership, building healthy relationships, and positively impacting the lives of everyone around her.

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Day 2
September 21, 2023
12:30 pm

Creating Multipliers: A Journey of Serving [Teaching & Learning]

21 September
Time:  12:30 pm - 1:45 pm
Location:  Peninsula B/C

Great leadership is contagious. Great leadership multiplies. If we are willing to set aside our personal agenda for the greater agenda of serving those around us, campuses, districts, and entire communities can be transformed. Our job as leaders, is to create an environment of safety and trust, whereby students and staff are engaged, connected, and empowered to be their best. We believe, “if you have a child’s heart, you have a child’s mind.” When school culture is built by leaders on positive relationships, service, and by “Capturing Kids’ Hearts®,” a multiplier effect can happen. Performance accelerates at all levels, and behaviors greatly improve because kids and staff want to be in school.

Focus: Women in Leadership/Teaching & Learning/Leadership Development/Other.

1. Understand the value of intentional service
2. Create a culture through a relational approach to leadership
3. Learn the power of reframing and gratitude
4. Explore a communication model that lends to deeper student engagement
5. Receive key insights into the alignment of behavior to academic outcomes
6. Learn tools for creating social, emotional, and academic safety at all levels
7. Discuss strategies for positively accelerating the 5 Key Indicators of School Performance.

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