I Am Waters Foundation

Today is 10.01.2016

Kim Alexis

Kim Alexis | Supermodels of The 80's Luncheon

Supermodel, Athlete, Actress

Most people know Kim Alexis for her physical beauty. But there’s more to her story than meets the eye. Her lifelong commitment to athletics, her stature as one of the world’s first supermodels, her extensive experience in front of the camera, and her own encounters with physical trials including battling thyroid problems and raising 5 children have molded her into a woman uniquely equipped to speak on health and wellness, fitness and women’s issues with real solutions.

At the age of 18, Kim was “discovered” by the Elite Talent Agency. She soon moved to New York City and began her highly successful career in the modeling industry. Over the course of her career, Kim has appeared on 500 plus magazine covers, countless TV and print ads and has appeared six times in the coveted Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue.

More than just a model, Kim has parlayed her looks and experiences into other opportunities. She is a spokesperson for various causes, is the author of two books and has hosted several television shows including She’s Got the Look on TV LAND.

As her career has progressed, Kim has never lost her love of fitness. She has always loved competition and has run in 8 marathons and 3 triathlons. In recent years, she’s focused on health and wellness issues for women. Encouraging them to become the best they can be!
Kim Alexis is married to former NY Ranger Hockey Player Ron Duguay and lives in Florida.

Pictures are powerful, I know because I have spent a lifetime in a career that generated thousands of pictures helping to bring attention to designers, products, and magazines. I’m grateful and honored to lend my image to draw attention to this important cause. I Am Waters Foundation is in the business of hydrating America’s homeless by providing bottles of water inscribed with hope, over the hottest months of the summer, as well as photographing those without a home, so we can see for ourselves that homelessness could be you or me. As an American, it is with deep pride that I say, thank you and keep up the good work!