Alexandra Goldyn of New Jersey was born and raised in the Garden State. She is currently in a four year loving relationship with her boyfriend, and is very loyal to her family and friends. She recently has become an aunt and loves every minute she gets to spend with the new love of her life!
She is dedicated to making a real difference in this world by assisting in the care and well-being of those in need; this is why she has chosen to become a nurse.
She is currently working as a Nursing Assistant. She has always had an interest in the medical field and has found her true calling in life. The love that she has for people, and the kindness that is in her heart, shows on her face every day she goes to work. She just completed a three year nursing program, and will soon be taking her NCLEX Exam to receive her license to obtain the title of Registered Nurse. As health care delivery continues to evolve, she would like to be a part of that growth.
She is also looking into doing a double Major in Visual Arts. For Alexandra, art has always been an emotionally felt passion. Artistic talent runs in her family which includes dance, theatre, and drawing. She is going to school to further develop her gift and her ability to express herself in a way that everyone can relate to and appreciate. She feels it is a beautiful way to bring her thoughts and visions into a tangible reality.
Alexandra loves outdoor sports and has played softball throughout middle school and high school; all four years of high school she played on the varsity level. Her great leadership skills gave her the opportunity to be the captain of the team throughout her senior year. During the summer months she played on a traveling team. She was in tournaments in several different states that consisted of triple headers; her team even made it to the Nationals in Ohio! In addition to her love of softball, Alexandra has also enjoyed skydiving several times and says there is nothing like it in the world!
Always looking for a way to make a difference, Alexandra is a positive reinforcement in her community and is committed to finding ways to bring wholeness into her own life as well as those around her.