USA • Mid Atlantic
“To create a world of generational connection through restoring the tradition of mentoring so all boys and girls have a positive adult role model in their lives and adult mentors can grow deeper into their sacred masculine purpose.”
For 20 years Alex has helped youth through grief camps in D.C. He’s a mentor and group facilitator for Boys to Men VA and GW. For 12 years he has been a facilitator in prisons through the Alternatives to Violence Project. Alex has worked in the building trades for the past 40 plus years. He has hired young deaf adults, foreign immigrants, and young men needing a mentor as well as a job. Through much inner work he has transformed the wounds of his childhood into strengths: to connect to most people with empathy, understanding and compassion.