FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Massachusetts retired trooper/mom named Mrs. Woman Massachusetts Petite America
Lowell, MA. June 3, 2011- Charlie Alejandro, a retired state trooper was awarded the Mrs. Woman Massachusetts Petite America State title this past month and will go on to compete for the national title in August, in Waterbury, CT.
Charlie Alejandro has an impressive resume to include being the first female on a special operations unit. She competed against 110 males for one of 44 spots available on the Metropolitan Police Department’s S.O.U. when it was created in 1986. Mrs. Alejandro became an entry team member, search and rescue and intel officer on the SOU for six years until it was disband in 1992 after the merger with the State Police. Once on the State Police Mrs. Alejandro became an alternate on the STOP team and was assigned to the WEED and SEED program in Chelsea MA. She went on to become a homicide detective and undercover officer.
After Mrs. Alejandro’s retirement to raise her blended family of nine children, she became an enterprise community organizer with the city of Lowell, serving on various boards and receiving several awards for her service including being honored during Lowell’s women’s week for her accomplishments and LTC volunteer of the year.
Mrs. Alejandro has gone on to become a motivational speaker, internet radio talk show host, actress, technical adviser in police and military tactics as well as continuing to volunteer in her community with the Mass. State Guard, Special Olympics, Not your Average cancer foundation, youth groups, Upper Merrimack Valley MRC and any group needing assistance.
With her newly awarded title of Mrs. Woman Massachusetts Petite America, Mrs. Alejandro hopes to further her platforms by bringing awareness to the needs of injured Veterans upon their return home and to rally people everywhere to help find a cure for cancer once and for all. For more information you can contact Mrs. Charlie Alejandro at 978-408-1573 or at firstname.lastname@example.org