Alexis Stuart, the Credit Whisperer®, is originally from Owensboro, Kentucky and has lived in Nipomo, California for twelve years.
Alexis is the youngest of three daughters born to Alexander and Mary Stuart. Alexis moved to Phoenix Arizona with her family when she was nine years old. She graduated from Central High School and Phoenix College in Phoenix, AZ. Alexis majored in Dietetics while she attended Arizona State University in Tempe, AZ. Alexis has met all of the educational requirements to acquire her real estate broker's license and continuing education.
Alexis is a strong, yet compassionate conservative. She believes the compassionate services can be better provided by private individuals, religious and non-profit organizations. As a small business owner, her experience comes from having to deal with all of the over-burdensome regulations and fees our current and past government representatives have voted into law.
Alexis has common sense solutions and wants to share them with the entire country and help rebuild her local and the national economies.
Alexis is the author of “CAPITALIZE on CREDIT POWER”, HOME SWEET LOAN”, and “WHAT IS YOUR AMERICAN DREAM?”
In her early career, Alexis was an officer in the following businesses: tenant screening; collection agency; process serving; private investigation; eviction service; safe and lock sales and service.
Today, Alexis owns Music Biz, a musical instrument store in Nipomo, CA and Thinkb4ubuy.com, an online store that helps you prioritize your purchases and make wise decisions.
Alexis is a California licensed real estate broker, credit coach, and mediator. She is an active member of the California Association of Realtors®, and the National Association of Realtors®.
Alexis did not have the heart to saddle anyone with a sub-prime loan. Therefore, she helped her clients build their credit so they could qualify for a good loan. Seeing the need to share the credit building information, she wrote her first book “CAPITALIZE on CREDIT POWER”.
Alexis is also the Founder of Credit Power Educational Foundation, Inc. and enjoys teaching people how to build their CREDIT POWER to enable them to purchase homes, start businesses and have a less stressful life. She believes with the right education we can prevent the need for credit repair. Alexis has devoted the last few years to establishing an education program designed for young adults, yet will help anyone how to protect and build their credit power. She has used the principles in the program to build her personal and business credit.
Alexis has an extensive list of ancestors who were in politics:
Capt. Thomas Clay (1777-1852)(gr., gr., gr., gr., grandfather): Revolutionary War; Ky. House of Representatives 1792-1793 & 1796-1798; Ky. Constitutional Convention, 1792 & 1799; Ky. Senate, 1793-1795; cousin of John Clay, father of Ky. Statesman Henry Clay; uncle of Cassius Marcellus Clay, famous Kentuckian of Civil War period; grandfather of U.S. Senator T. C. McCreery.
General Green Clay (1751-1828): brother of Thomas Clay and Matthew Clay; Virginia legislature; Va. Convention that ratified the Federal Constitution; Ky. Legislature and Ky. Constitutional Convention.
Matthew Clay: U.S. House of Representatives 1754-1815, from Virginia; Captain Fifth Virginia Regiment, Revolutionary War.
Cassius Marcellus Clay (1810-1903): son of Gen. Green Clay; nephew of Capt. Thomas Clay; emancipationist from Madison County, Ky.; President Lincoln’s minister to Russia; Ky. State Representative; Captain, Mexican-American War 1846-1848; founding member of the Kentucky Republican Party; author of “Proclamation of Emancipation”, which President Lincoln used as a guide for his "Emancipation Proclamation".
Nestor Clay (1799-1835): son of Thomas Clay; Ky. State Senate; Texas Constitutional Conventions of 1832-1833.
Thomas Clay McCreery (1816-1890)(gr., gr., grandfather): father of Cynthia Green Clay McCreery Stuart; born in Daviess County, Ky.; Centre College, Danville, Ky.; practiced law in Frankfort, Ky.; presidential elector in 1852-1856; U.S. Senator 1868-1871, 1873-1879.
Judge James Stuart (1819-1891)(gr., gr., grandfather): married Cynthia Green Clay McCreery; father of William Alexander Stuart, (father of Robert McCreery Stuart); Ky. Legislature 1848-?; first elected Circuit Court Judge 1856.
Robert McCreery Stuart (1881-1964)(grandfather): Son of William Alexander Stuart and Cynthia Green Clay McCreery Stuart. Enlisted in Army in 1902 (Spanish-American War), was sent to Philippine Islands; practiced law in Owensboro, KY.; started farming on land once owned by Thomas Clay; was appointed sheriff to fulfill unexpired term; failed to win re-election.
Note: Seven other distant relatives served in the Federal Government in Washington:
One more Clay; three named Hawes & three Buckner. The Hawes members were related through T.C. McCreery by marriage and the Buckners were related through Hawes by marriage.