#MeetMajority: Alexandra Tobia
Dreaming sky-high is common practice here at Majority Strategies, just ask our very own Alexandra Tobia.
A Georgia Southern University graduate and Atlanta native, Alexandra is a talented member of the Majority Strategies creative team. Alexandra earned her bachelor’s degree in Graphic Design and considers design her true passion.
Both her love of art and her dreams of traveling are embodied in her ability to shrink the uniqueness of the world down to the size of an incredible graphic.
Let’s learn more about Alexandra in today’s #MeetMajority.
What app can’t you live without?
Instagram for sure, I have to be in the know about all the amazing places my friends visit.
What are your favorite eats from your home state?
Definitely R. Thomas in downtown Atlanta. It’s this rustic and artistic place that’s been around for at least 30 years, open 24 hours, and has the best food ever.
Name one of your “out of the box” hobbies or habits.
I would say drawing letters on any napkin or piece of paper I can find, though my friends would probably say it’s my sporadic dancing!
How would your best friend describe you in 3 words?
Artistic, adventurous, and positive.
When, where, and with whom with are you happiest?
Anywhere new, surrounded by friends, family and doing anything artistic.
What’s your favorite thing about where you live?
What is your favorite song? And what do you do when it comes on in the car?
My favorite song right now is “Don’t take the Money” by the Bleachers. When it comes on my car radio I sing at the top of my lungs.
What’s on your bucket list?
I would love to go sky diving and travel the world. If I could do both at the same time, that’d be awesome!
What’s the best gift/kindest gesture you’ve ever received?
One of my friends painted this beautiful “A” for me, which included pictures of all the places I’m dying to visit.
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