Alexia L. Knox is the creator of Genzen Agency™. She has an extensive background as a communications consultant and as a research writer. Alexia possesses experience writing, providing policy analysis, and developing communication strategies, and content for organizations and government entities.
She has provided freelance writing for local newspapers in collaboration with local news networks. She developed and produced commercial content and media advertisements while working for a syndicated broadcast media company. Alexia has been a reoccurring presenter at the International Crisis and Risk Communication Conference discussing communications research with other communications experts and professional colleagues. She has published academic research articles based on communications theories, social media, public policy, and trending initiatives which have been recognized by international audiences and academia at the University of Central Florida Nicholson School of Communication and Media and Diederich College of Communication at Marquette University.
As a former employee of the U.S. Census Bureau located in Chicago, Illinois, Alexia has trained others to interpret and apply demographic data, and utilize analysis tools, while fostering over 4,000 strategic partnerships with organizations, community leaders, schools, faith-based groups, and elected officials in Southeastern Wisconsin. She has coordinated dozens of outreach efforts using a compilation of census data while providing meaningful public relations support. Alexia brings an appreciable amount of knowledge of strategic communications, public policy, and governmental affairs experiences.
Since 2019, Alexia has been responsible for delivering clear messaging through various channels and has worked for the Wisconsin Department of Transportation, including the Office of Public Affairs, Office of Equity, State of Wisconsin, and Milwaukee County on multiple projects.
Most recent projects include:
Alexia is a native of Wisconsin holding a Master of Public Administration, a Marquette University Alumni earning a Master of Arts in Corporate Communications, and a Bachelor of Arts in Communications and Public Policy from Concordia University of Wisconsin. She is a project manager holding a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt certification from Duke University and has led multiple projects including, ‘Paid Parental Leave for Employees,’ ‘Platform Utilization Analysis,’ and has created communications content for Wisconsin Black Chamber of Commerce, Milwaukee Times Newspaper, Milwaukee Public Schools, Riteway, and others, including over 100 midsize entities and sole proprietorships. Alexia is the author of, “Blue Code: How to Effectively Communicate with Police Officers.” She is currently studying social media marketing and data analytics at the university.
· Published content assigned under ORCID: 0000-0002-9396-6685;
· Other content released September 2022: “Blue Code: How to Communicate Effectively with Police Officers.” (Available on Amazon.com)
· Copyright over 500 anthologies considering publishing.
· Google Top 10% Reviewers. Over 200,000 Views of Photos (As of September 2022)
· National Women’s Entrepreneurship Day for the radio station. (2020)
· River Works MKE local businesses feature. (2020)
· Associated Bank Business Sponsorship Award via 101.7 Truth Radio (September 2022)
· Marquette University provided images and videos that appeared on social media, television, billboards, etc. on behalf of Marquette University Diederich College of Communication Graduate School of Management.
o https://stars.library.ucf.edu/icrcc/2021/proceedings/17/ https://www.researchgate.net/publication/341846870_Crisis_communication_strategies_of_police_organizations_subsequent_negative_public_perception_and_media_framing
Alexia L. Knox, International Crisis & Risk Communication Conference. Orlando, FL (2022)
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Blue Code: How to Communicate Effectively with Police Officers, is an uncomplicated handbook that provides life-altering communication strategies every person must learn when interacting with law enforcement.