Alexis Jones
Lexi Jones is a graduate of the University of Utah with a double major in Mass Communications and Anthropology. She is a current employee of the Deseret News, working as Editorial Assistant for Mormon Times and Features. She loves writing, reading, and doing anything and everything outdoors. Her favorite things to write about are people, history and the outdoors. She's currently working on her M.A. in Archaeology at Brigham Young University.

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