Haiti Street Dog Project

For the dogs. With the dogs.

our partnership & adoption coordinator

Alexandria Ronzio is a former competitive team USA pair figure skater, now a professional figure skater, coach, and author for ExploreInspired.com ; an adventure travel blog she owns and operates with her husband, Jonathan. 

She grew up in Duxbury MA with a passion for animals she inherited from her mother, who would pick up sick or injured animals and cared for them until they were well again. She grew up with dogs, frogs, turtles, hermit crabs, bunnies, guinea pigs, birds, and iguanas.

Alex is a 2011 Duxbury High School graduate and has been pursuing a business degree through Northeastern University. She currently resides in Boston with her husband and two rescue dogs Benji a 4-year-old Australian cattle dog/beagle mix, and Ellie a 9-month-old Shiba Inu/Akita mix.

Alex learned about the street dogs when her husband came back from a mission to Desab, Haiti and reported the conditions the dogs and people were in. Alex reached out to The Haiti Street Dog Project and wanted to get involved. It is her goal that we can build a sustainable system through structure, shelter, adoption programs, and awareness, so that both the dogs and people of Haiti can live the life they deserve.