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Alexandria Agresta the Purpose Pioneer

Posted by on February 3, 2018

I am very exited to announce the launch of my very first podcast called Alex Agresta the Purpose Pioneer.

Alexandria Agresta is Chief Purpose Pioneer at Purpose Pioneers. Alexandria believes in creating purposeful communities where people feel a sense of belonging and are empowered to create real human connection. In this episode, Alexandra talks abut the many challenges and obstacles she encountered before accomplishing becoming a purpose pioneer.

Alexandria’s why led her to become an advocate for incorporating the human element back into modern business practices. Her leadership and teaching on these principles has earned her recognition by top leaders within Central Florida. She is the Chief Purpose Pioneer of Purpose Pioneers, a purpose-first company that empowers organizations to help their employees find meaning in their work and customers find meaning in their purchases. Alexandria’s background is in communication, executive coaching, and community building. She specializes in leadership development, methodology & framework design, and purpose alignment.

Alexandria has coached for the University of Central Florida, the largest college in the nation, in a variety of their departments including the College of Business Administration, Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership, and Rosen College of Hospitality Management. She is a 2016 BizVenture Competition winner and 2017 BizVenture Coach for the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Foundation. She is a graduate of Starter Studio, Orlando’s leading tech accelerator, where she founded her first venture, a community engagement company, myLoop.

She is always open for deep, meaningful conversation. Reach her at


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