Alexis Walls is a public health professional passionate about partnering with communities to create positive, systems-level change. She works as the Assistant Campaign Director at MPHA, where she fosters relationships with community-based partners to help shape MPHA priorities, build capacity for local policy change and advocate for transportation justice. Prior to joining MPHA, Alexis coordinated substance use prevention initiatives designed to build a healthier future for Boston youth. Alexis graduated from Boston University School of Public Health with a concentration in Health Policy and Management. When she isn’t working, Alexis spends her time singing (badly) along to show tunes and honing her fledgling culinary skills. If she could choose any superpower, it would be teleportation – so many people and places to see, yet so little time!