Alesha Renee

Alesha Reneé has appeared on Girl Code (2013), Guy Code (2011), “E! News”, “HotWyred”, “The 5ive” and 106 and Park. As an actress/TV personality, Alesha has also been tapped by several brands to be the face and voice behind multiple campaigns, including Procter & Gamble’s “My Black is Beautiful” campaign and tour. She has been host and spokesperson for McDonald’s “Men of McCafe,” a national community action initiative encouraging young men to be active in their community.
She has been a longtime advocate for women’s empowerment, sitting on various boards such as WEEN and Hip Hop Sisters, two organizations that provide positive opportunities for women in media, as well as provide scholarship money for the pursuit of higher education. Alesha has contributed her time and money to advocate for women in domestically violent relationships and children of sexual abuse, due to her own past experiences with both.