1. Raised in a village in Zimbabwe with no electricity or running water, Alexandra is, without a doubt, the most accomplished person to ever appear on "The Real World." She was the first woman of color and the youngest person ever to compete on the Zimbabwean National Gymnastics Team. After witnessing many of her childhood classmates contract HIV from vaccinations using dirty needles, she started the Kijana Project, a charity that supports AIDS orphans. As a result, she was featured in Teen......  Read Full Bio »

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  1. Raised in a village in Zimbabwe with no electricity or running water, Alexandra is, without a doubt, the most accomplished person to ever appear on "The Real World." She was the first woman of color and the youngest person ever to compete on the Zimbabwean National Gymnastics Team. After witnessing many of her childhood classmates contract HIV from vaccinations using dirty needles, she started the Kijana Project, a charity that supports AIDS orphans. As a result, she was featured in Teen People as "One of the 20 Teens Who Will Change the World." If that weren't enough, she graduated high school early and enrolled in Stanford at the age of 15, majoring in Civil Engineering. Angering her incredibly academics-oriented parents, Alexandra dropped out of Stanford eight weeks shy of graduation to focus on her burgeoning singing and songwriting career. She eventually finished her degree, then moved to Los Angeles with her musician boyfriend of 8 months, Byron. Will their relationship withstand the test of time and distance about to be put in front of them, or will they be torn apart like so many long-distance relationships in seasons past? The sun and sand of San Diego awaits...

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