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Lexi was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where she spent her childhood and early teen years before moving to Connecticut. She then headed for sunny St. Thomas in the US Virgin Islands for two years, before returning to the chilly Northeast to pursue her degree in Hospitality and Tourism from Central Connecticut State University.

Lexi has always had a passion for entrepreneurship and a strong drive for success. Her experience in the hospitality industry resulted in an eagerness to learn more about business, particularly operations. Lexi is excited to now be working with Marti Law Group, where she can challenge herself and be part of re-thinking an industry due for disruption.


Outside of the office, Lexi likes to spend her time with family and friends. She also enjoys traveling, exploring new places, and hikes with her dog, Storm.

“The big challenge is to become all that you have the possibility of becoming. You cannot believe what it does to the human spirit to maximize your human potential and stretch yourself to the limit.”

– Jim Rohn


My reason to keep pushing for greatness is to create a life of endless opportunity for myself and
my family. Since I was a little girl, I have always envisioned that I would do what it takes to be successful and help my parents retire early so they can enjoy their best lives. They have sacrificed so much for my siblings and me that I want to give all that I can. My mother has never had the opportunity to travel, as she selflessly gave all she had to raise five children. It is my dream to be able to take my family to see other parts of the world as a means of showing them how truly grateful I am.


Further, I want to create a life of purpose and be an example to others that anything is possible if you put your mind to it, regardless of your background. I really believe that everything you desire is accessible to you if you’re willing to put in the work to get it. Our past experiences combined with our present actions are what mold us into the person we are supposed to be. To me, true success is the ability to inspire others to see their true potential.