And don’t be surprised to see her on the campaign trail for state office. In fact, you can probably count on it.
Alessio said she always thought she’d have three careers. Her father lived to be 95. Her mother is 89. By Alessio’s own estimation, she has another 30 years ahead of her.
“Most people have to work for a living. It’s nice not to have to work at what you do. What sustained me is doing something I love to do,” she said. “I’ve had a great life. I’m just not done.”