Production Manager, 10x10: Educate Girls, Change the World; 10x10act.org
(10x10 is a film about girls education in the developing world, focusing on 10 girls in 10 countries.)
Alexandria Dionne comes to documentary film after having worked as a journalist and editor for 10 years at such publications as "Rolling Stone," "The Village Voice," and "Entertainment Weekly." Though originally from California, she worked in New York for over 13 years on a variety of long-format PBS documentary productions, including David Grubin’s "Abraham Lincoln" and "Immigration" films and Bill Moyers’ "The Hudson River." Just prior to joining the 10×10 team (parent company: The Documentary Group), she produced radio pieces for KCRW’s "Good Food." She now lives back in California.