Alexandra Roca is a storyteller who’s experience includes working as a host, reporter and correspondent for two National Geographic shows. She’s also hosted and produced content for United Nations and the Olympic Games. She’s created content for Discovery Channel, and multiple production companies, both in the US and abroad. Bilingual in English and Spanish and fluent in French, Alexandra has an MA in Television Journalism and a BA in International Development.


As an independent filmmaker, Alexandra’s focus is to cover underreported issues. She has covered a wide variety of stories and worked in over 14 countries. Her stories range from remote indigenous communities, to interviewing political figures at the United Nations. For her solo reporting on Women’s Rights in Morocco, Alexandra was awarded by One World Media, in addition to numerous awards in film festivals worldwide. Her most recent short documentary, Afar (Cuba, 2018), which she directed, produced, shot and edited, has been in 13 film festivals and was shown at Cannes Short Film Corner.

Open to full-time and project-based engagements, collaborations and partnerships. 



Documentary Filmmaking - Hear filmmaker Alexandra Roca share tips for documentary filmmaking and creating intimacy with interview subjects, and get hands-on as you organize raw footage.