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“Perseverance” should be her middle name; as the daughter of a shoemaker and union organizer, Dr. To commemorate National Women’s History Month, the City of Berkeley Commission on the Status of Women (COSOW) recognizes and honors the efforts of extraordinary women who live, work or learn in Berkeley, and who have done outstanding work in the Berkeley community.
Alexander overcame many obstacles to become a physician of impeccable credentials with a stellar professional reputation. A brilliant multi-talented skilled leader that is a gift to Berkeley and the world. The Commission seeks to honor and recognize the contributions of a wide spectrum of women, especially those who may be under-recognized for their work or are unconventionally successful. Kennerly submitted the following nomination information for Dr. Alexander is chair of the Advisory Board for the Berkeley Black Infant Health Program (BIH). She is a Board Certified Preventative Medicine Physician.
The event will be held on Monday, March 14, 2011 at PM, in the Central Library Community Meeting Room, 3rd Floor, att 090 Kittredge Street in Berkeley. Alexander served as the interim Health Officer for the city of Berkeley.
“Perseverance” should be her middle name; as the daughter of a shoemaker and union organizer, Dr. Berkeley police called off a search late Friday night when a grandmother and granddaughter, who had been missing for over six hours, were found hungry but safe, police said.
Alexander overcame many obstacles to become a physician of impeccable credentials with a stellar professional reputation. A brilliant multi-talented skilled leader that is a gift to Berkeley and the world. The grandmother, a 59-year-old Chinese woman, was in Berkeley visiting her daughter, an engineer with a high-tech company, and her 3-month-old granddaughter.
She came to her daughter's workplace, 510 Systems at 2201 Dwight Way, on Friday to take her granddaughter for a walk at around p.m.
As a result, in Jan/Feb., 2010, the Berkeley City Council made a commitment of ,000 to the Black Infant Health Program to make up the 0,000 deficit.
"The baby was hungry, of course, but she smiled when she saw her mom," Musick said.
Senior Hall, the campus “log cabin” was built in 1906 as a gathering space for men of the Senior Class.
The BIH advisory committee continues to seek additional funds.
BIH has been restructured and program costs have been reduced being careful to identify the most critical services and programs to maintain and to develop. Alexander is quoted in the local newspapers as being very optimistic, over the “long haul”, that all funding cuts will be restored. Despite the recent financial difficulties, BIH's goal is to grow. Alexander gives BIH an above average chance of reaching its long-term goal. Alexander's work with BIH and the work of others so important to Berkeley?