Alexis Salamanca is a Graphic Designer, Web-App Developer and Creative Director, with the analytical mind of a strategist. In 2004, Alexis joined the Production Artist Team at LAGraphico, a graphic solution provider in the entertainment industry. At LAGraphico, Alexis learned the importance of brand development and the power of brand execution. In 2007 while working with ParePlate Alexis learned packaging design, plating and printing. In 2009 Alexis began his freelance career with his own company, Eraxtyle Design and Visual Communication.
He has become a strong Advocate for business in the San Gabriel Valley. He dedicates countless hours to the San Gabriel Chamber of Commerce, where he has served as a member of their Board of Directors since 2010. He is currently President to the Board of Directors and has faithfully served the Chamber Board for over 8 consecutive terms.
Alexis also serves on the Advisory Board of Directors for the University of the West. In addition, he has volunteered his time at The International Church of Christ for over 8 years as a Teen Leader, Mentor for the youth for over 12 years, and for over 20 years as an Administrator.
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