Alexis Williams Character Impressions to Support West Virginia Breast Health Initiative

Category: Integrity Contests, Integrity Serves

Date: May 13, 2021

Alexis “Lexi” Williams of Agent Pipeline made many of us laugh out loud to hear her vocal talents in her video, including a character impression of Pikachu and the meows of a cat you’ll think are the real deal.

When selecting her charity, Lexi kept it close to home. Her aunt was diagnosed with breast cancer last year, and the chance to contribute in a big way to the West Virginia Breast Health Initiative was just the thing Lexi needed to take a risk and show off her well-practiced impressions.

Lexi understands the importance of having access to health services like preventative care and timely treatments. She says, “I chose this charity because this past year my aunt was diagnosed with breast cancer — devastating news to all of us. West Virginia Breast Health Initiative helps women with breast cancer with their care, including getting into appointments. I want to help those in my community who don’t have the resources my family had.”

Watch Lexi’s character impressions video to put a smile on your face.

As an Integrity’s Got Talent finalist, Lexi not only won $1,000 cash, but we will be making a $1,000 donation to the West Virginia Breast Health in her name. By making it to the finals, Lexi now also has the chance to win $5,000!

Be sure to watch Lexi’s character impressions video to put a smile on your face. Don’t forget that voting for the grand prize winner is open now and goes until Friday, May 14 at 5 PM CT.

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