Alexis Levi, is the first African American woman to hold the titles of Owner and General Manager of a Men’s Professional Basketball team. Levi settled her International Basketball League (IBL) franchise, the Las Vegas Stars, in Las Vegas, Nevada in 2006. To secure audience dedication and corporate support Levi has worked closely with the city of Las Vegas. In the last two years Levi has taken on many major hats in the Sports World. She is working with the United States Professional Athlete Project that takes NBA Players and assists them in extending their Career. The Alexis Levi Sports and Entertainment Group, has 10 athletes on their Roster for Management and Branding. With offices in Las Vegas and California, she looks to open offices in Europe and New York in 2013.

Her Book, Alexis Levi from the Board Room to the Locker Room published in February 2013, Alexis Levi Productions is working on 3 television shows, and she is scheduled to Host a Business Talk Show in 5 Markets: San Francisco, Atlanta, Dallas, Las Vegas and Chicago. With an upcoming speaking tour to 25 cities in 2013/2014 she is surely on her way to a city near you. Her second book is underway” Hidden Secrets of Success” via an imprint of Pearson Publishing as well as self-published: No Limits No Boundaries (Revision) and Pro Athlete 101. As Director of Global Sports Diversity Council she has access to over 7000 Sports Companies and professional globally. With many TV Projects in pre-production for 2013/2014, Levi states: We look to open opportunities for those that want to see the lifestyles of athletes brought to the big screen.

Levi was also honored as the showcase of only 12 people for the PEPSI “Firsts of Many” 2008 National African American History Campaign and Calendar for those African Americans who were the “first” at what they’ve done and are paving the way for many others to follow in their footsteps. She is the Director of the National High School Basketball Association in Las Vegas. Her Non Profit efforts include being the Director of Sports for Life which has an initiative that educated coaches and athletes to the risks of Heart Attacks. She was previously a Chairwoman of NABFEME (National Association of Black Female Executives in Music & Entertainment), a national organization that consists of the “who’s who” of African American female media executives, actresses, and musicians. One of the latest Entertainment Projects includes HOTTSPOTT Magazine: A Blog developed to showcase Sports, Music, Television, Film and the Internet. All of this contributed to her being named by Ebony Magazine as one of America’s most influential African Americans, and one of the top 20 African American “Up and Comers in the nation”.