Meet Alexandra Reinhardt

Alexandra is the Community Partnership Coordinator for Baptist Medical Center Clay, serving as the liaison between hospital and community. Specifically, she is responsible for building community relationships, guiding strategic investments in Clay County that advance Baptist’s mission, and managing hospital volunteers. 

In her role she also represents Baptist on several local committees that address community health and well-being. Currently, Alexandra chairs the Department of Health workgroup tasked with working collaboratively to improve healthcare access within the community by eliminating the barriers residents face in addressing their primary and specialty care needs. Recently, Alexandra’s research to her hospital system’s c-suite led to $26,000 in donations to local food pantries coupled with an awareness campaign centered on food insecurity based on responses from employee surveys. 

For the 2023-2024 year, Alexandra was selected for two prestigious fellowships. The first with the United Way of Northeast Florida for their Stein Fellowship Class to celebrate 100 years in Jacksonville. The fellowship focuses on volunteer service and philanthropic initiatives including veteran services and full-service schools aimed at providing wrap around care to low-income students. Through this fellowship, she also serves as a Big Sister meeting weekly to help with schoolwork and provide a friendly support system. Her fellowship also includes a capstone project as a Board Fellow with Sanctuary on 8th, coincidentally a Junior League of Jacksonville supported agency. She was also chosen by the Non-Profit Center of Northeast Florida for their non-profit board development program. Through this, she is paired with local non-profit Waste Not Want Not that rescues over a million pound of food a year. Alexandra serves as a board fellow participating in board meetings, strategic planning, and food rescue, having personally rescued 900 pounds of food from her employer within the first six months of partnership. 

 Alexandra is Executive Vice President for the Junior League of Jacksonville which is celebrating its historic 100th year. During this tenure she oversaw the expansion of the League’s signature project, Fresh Minds, which provides fresh meal kids to students filling the gap at the end of the month when SNAP or other benefits may have run out. Fresh Minds has provided over 30k meals for students and families in Health Zone One since its inception in 2020. In addition to her duties overseeing Joint and Management Councils and as liaison to the Board of Directors, Alexandra also transitioned Jacksonville to Member Essentials and a new public-facing website.