Alexia Nye Jackson is a visual artist, writer, comedienne and passionate mother of three.  She is the creative visionary behind the multi-media exhibit, “MOTHER: THE JOB, Building Human Capital - Building Human Beings” and The Laundry Monologues, a hard hitting, yet playful, look at government policy, the history of mothers and modern life. Her inspiration comes from her experience as an educated mother of three, her love of life, as well as growing up with her two sisters in a single-parent household headed by her mother, a published poet and professor.

Alexia holds a BA in Liberal Arts and Journalism from the State University of New York at Fredonia.  She enjoyed a successful career in the garment industry in New York City for 8 years prior to developing her stand-up comedy.  She first appeared on stage as part of the national Joan Rivers Funniest Woman in America Contest in Houston, Tx and continued developing her style at Houston’s The Laff Stop and The Comedy Gym.  Moving to the San Francisco area in 1996, she has performed at Cobb’s Comedy Club, The Punch Line and was a principal comic in James Judd’s Seven Sins at the Shelton Theatre in Union Square.

Alexia began developing MOTHER: THE JOB in 2002, receiving a great deal of community support and interest.  Today, the exhibit has attracted many volunteers.  Extracted pieces of the exhibit have been shown at venues such as The Oakland Museum in California and at The Women’s Media Center in New York City, highlighting the exhibit’s short film, All Day.  The main theme present in Alexia's message driven art and live concept pieces is the economic value of the work of mothers, embracing all mothers - in the home and out of it.  Her voice can be found on many mother specific on-line communities, on radio, as well as in print in the inspirational book, Life Messages for Moms, by best-selling author, Josephine Carlton. Alexia resides with her children and husband in Northern California.

Alexia Jackson
Founder & CEO


For more information on how you can get involved with Mother: The Job, please contact: Alexia Nye Jackson at alexia@motherthejob.org

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