10 Questions with Account Coordinator, Alexandra MacKenzie!


We’re very excited to welcome Alexandra MacKenzie to the ever-growing Racepoint family! Get to know our newest PR pro in this intimate Q&A.

1. How would you explain what you do for work in 3 sentences or less to your 7 year old niece?

I work with people to help other people learn more about different companies. We try to get newspapers, magazines, and online websites to write about these companies. I help to keep track of the stories being written about these companies.

2. What is your favorite website, blog or online community?

People.com. I have an embarrassing addiction to pop culture.

3. What is the last book you read?

The Shoemaker’s Wife by Adriana Trigian

4. If you were a crayon, what color would you be and why?

Yellow. It’s just a happy color!

5. Have you in the past or would you ever bungee jump or sky dive?

I went skydiving for the first time last summer. My instructor told me this joke as we boarded the tiny, unreliable-looking plane.

What’s the difference between a bad golfer and a bad skydiver?

A golfer goes “whack” and then yells “oh no!”, while a skydiver yells “oh no!” and then goes “whack.”

Let’s just say I was not amused.

6. What is your favorite cereal?

Honey Nut Chex.  Delicious with or without milk.

7. When you were a kid, what did you want to be when you grew up?

I wanted to be Katie Couric. Then I realized how early in the morning she had to wake up.

8. Are you afraid of anything?

I am terrified of bugs. Even if they are tiny, I cannot be near them without causing a scene.

9. Name three places you want to visit before you kick the bucket.

Australia, Greece, and the South of France.

10. If you could go on a cross-country roadtrip with any celebrity (dead or alive), who would you choose and where would you go?

Blake Shelton and Nashville.

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