Alex Boskovich serves as Alameda County Community Food Bank’s Government Affairs Manager where she leads the strategy around the public sector and direct lobbying. She oversees the Food Bank’s annual policy agenda, civic engagement programming, and advocacy communications. In addition to coordinating ACCFB’s emergency response to COVID, Alex represents the Food Bank in strategic policy and program planning spaces including with the County of Alameda, the California Association of Food Banks, and Feeding America. She holds a Masters in Social Work from the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor and is a retired player and active alumni of the Berkeley All Blues Women’s Rugby Club.
Alex was born and raised in San Jose and served as senior staff to the late Alameda County Supervisor and former Assembly Majority Leader Wilma Chan covering children’s and budgetary policy. During this time, she had the opportunity to collaborate with early care and family resource providers like 4Cs who play an integral role in shaping the health and opportunity for children and their families.
Today, the professional is now very personal. Alex is a proud “mama bear” to Ben (6) and Miles (1) and an even more passionate about advocating with the childcare community for equity. Now an Oaklander for over a decade, she is a proud and grateful to join the 4Cs board to help make that passion a reality. Alex also continues to serve as an ex officio member of the Alameda County Early Care and Education Planning Council where she bridges child nutrition policy advocacy with public sector and grassroots leaders.