Alexis P. Williams

Washington, D.C.

Education: Ohio Wesleyan University, BA in Journalism; American University, MA in Broadcast Journalism and Public Affairs

Alexis P. Williams is an associate producer for Washington Post Live. She also contributes to The Post covering arts and entertainment. Previously, she worked in production on "The 11th Hour with Brian Williams," "Good Morning America," "20/20" and "Nightline." She also wrote culture pieces for VICE and covered celebrity news for Bustle.
Latest from Alexis P. Williams

Podcaster Sarah Marshall’s live show finds more ‘You’re Wrong About’

The live version of the popular history podcast, which asks listeners to reexamine their understanding of old news stories, will appear at the Fillmore on May 11.

May 1, 2023

New exhibit spotlights the impact of Black feminists in Washington

Ella Baker and others feature in this exhibit housed at a beloved local library.

April 7, 2023

‘Shout Sister Shout!’ celebrates the legacy of Sister Rosetta Tharpe

The musical at Ford’s Theatre honors an overlooked rock-and-roll trailblazer.

March 20, 2023

Debra Lee on being BET’s boss and elevating the Black experience

In her new memoir, the network’s former CEO details challenges she faced as a female leader before #MeToo.

March 5, 2023

Seven D.C. hot spots to pull you through the last stretch of winter

Looking for ways to get out, even when the weather doesn't cooperate? Check out trivia night at Red Derby, s'mores by the fire at Zinnia, themed dance parties at Wunder Garten and more.

February 16, 2023

Fat Joe on his new memoir, his hip-hop legacy and why rap is art

Rapper Fat Joe said it was important for him to revisit his failures and traumas in "The Book of Jose" to help readers learn “the do’s and don’t’s of life.”

November 9, 2022

‘These are my people’: The joys of the R&B Club

The monthly book-club-style gathering at Songbyrd is keeping soul music alive in Washington.

November 8, 2022

Angelica Ross will make Broadway history. She aims to ‘meet the moment.’

The “Pose” star will become the first openly trans woman to star in a lead role in “Chicago.”

August 22, 2022