Alex Boisselle

Digital Marketing | Skating

Hey there! I’m Alex.

I enjoy learning something new everyday! Currently, I am exploring my talents as a financial marketer. My tenacity and enthusiastic level of commitment to making both my own and my team’s work more productive, I have successfully completed many diverse projects across various industries.

I am fortunate to have been able to work with several great companies so far and I hope to continue my journey. If you would like to work together, I’d love for you to contact me!

Capabilities.

Social Media
Copy-writing
Client/Account Management
Business Development
Fluent in German
Figure Skating

Experience.

Testimonials.

"Alex did an excellent job during her internship with the New York Islanders, she is a team player and would be an asset to any organization."

− Tina Brennan, New York Islanders

"Alex was awesome! She went above and beyond the call on all counts."

− Rob Pepi - Goodpep

"She is a natural self-starter and a clear communicator who is unafraid to ask questions in a timely manner and bring up ideas and issues to make both her own and the team’s work more productive."

− Mari Joller, SNAZZ

"Alex showed experience and composure far beyond her years. I recommend her in any work environment. "

− Spencer Goodrich - Goodpep

Skating.

At just 3 ½ years old, I took my first steps on the ice. It started at Christopher Morley Park in Manhasset, NY with group lessons. My mom told me that I always wanted to be the first one on the ice and was consistently the last one off. I began taking private lessons and started competing Freestyle. Fast forward a couple of years and I had passed my Senior Moves in the Field Test. I had heard about Synchronized Skating from a couple of girls at the rink and later found out about tryouts for a team called Skyliners.

After making the Novice line for Skyliners Synchronized Skating Team in 2007, I quickly learned that ‘synchro’ was my calling. Synchronized Skating is a team effort comprised of 20 skaters and characterized by teamwork, speed, intricate formations and challenging step sequences.

In 2008, I tried out for the Junior team began competing as part of Team USA with Skyliners. For three years, I enjoyed competing on behalf of Team USA all around the world. Luckily, in 2011, when I had to make a decision on where to go to college, I found my self at Miami University. Miami is one of the few schools to offer Synchronized Skating as a NCAA sport. After winning the National Championship with Skyliners, I did not want to give up skating. I tried out for the synchro team as a freshman. Lucky for me, Miami Synchronized Skating Team is unique in the fact that it is both NCAA sanctioned and part of Team USA. I was fortunate enough to have earned a spot as a Miami Redhawk. I have to say that there really is something special about being able to represent your school and your country.

In 2013, I had the fabulous opportunity of joining The German National Skating Team, when I joined Team Berlin 1, in Berlin, Germany. Skating for Germany, at the Senior level, was a very different experience than from when I skated for Team USA. I was able to learn different coaching styles and adopted new techniques, only to enhance my skills more.

After long thought, I decided to retire from competitive skating at the end of the 2013-2014 season. I hope to be able to inspire other young skaters and motivate each student to their fullest potential.

Honors.

Team Berlin 1, German National Synchronized Skating Team (Senior)

  • 13th Place, ISU World Synchronized Skating Championships 2014
  • 5th Place, Mozart Cup, Salzburg Austria
  • 1st Place, German National Championship Synchronized Skating, Berlin, Germany, December 2013

Miami University Synchronized Skating Team, Team USA (Junior)

  • 7th Place, United States National Synchronized Skating Championship, Worcester, Massachusetts, March 2012 (Miami Synchronized Skating Team)
  • 7th Place, Junior World Qualifier, Lowell, Massachusetts, January 2012  (Miami Synchronized Skating Team)

Skyliners Synchronized Skating Team, Team USA (Junior)

  •    5th Place Junior World Synchronized Skating Challenge, Neuchatel, Switzerland, March 2011
  •    1st Place, United States National Synchronized Skating Championship, Ontario, California, March 2011
  •    1st Place, Junior World Qualifier, Lowell, Massachusetts, January 2011
  •    5th Place, Junior World Synchronized Skating Challenge, Gothenburg, Sweden, March 2010
  •    2nd Place, United States National Synchronized Skating Championship, Minneapolis, Minnesota, March
  •    2nd Place, Junior World Qualifier, Lowell, Massachusetts, January 2010
  •    1st Place, Prague Cup Synchronized Skating Competition, Prague, Czech Republic, January 2010
  •    6th Place, United States National Synchronized Skating Championship, Portland, Maine, March 2009
  •    3rd Place, Milan Spring Cup Synchronized Skating Challenge, Milan, Italy, January 2009

·    1st Place, United States Figure Skating Eastern Sectional, Morristown, New Jersey, January 2009

Skyliners Synchronized Skating Team (Novice)

  • 8th Place, United States Figure Skating National Synchronized Competition, Providence, Rhode Island, February 2008
  • 2nd Place, United States Figure Skating Eastern Sectional, Richmond, Virginia, January 2008

Contact.