About

Alejandro Rojas is a writer, podcaster, lecturer, and digital content creator focused on science, space, science fiction, and UFOs. He has a keen interest in the unexplained and is often featured in documentaries, television shows, and news interviews. Alejandro runs the UFO news website OpenMinds.tv, and his articles can also be found in the Huffington PostDen of Geek, and his personal blog alejandtrojas.com. He is also a co-organizer of the annual International UFO Congress, which he hosts as the Master of Ceremonies.

In his previous life, Alejandro held positions as a manager and a corporate trainer focused on sales and technology.

View a list of some of the news outlets who have referenced Alejandro’s work or interviewed him, and his TV appearances on the In the Media page.

Upcoming Appearances

AlienCon – June 21-23, 2019 – Los Angeles – Website

Roswell UFO Festival – July 5-7, 2019 – Roswell, New Mexico – Website

International UFO Congress – Sept. 4-8, 2019 – Phoenix, Arizona – Website

AlienCon – Oct. 4-6, 2019 – Dallas, Texas – Website

On the set of National Geographic’s MARS, at Korda Studios near Budapest, Hungary. With (from left) Chris Longo, Luis Lidón, Zach Roberts, Jennifer Kite-Powell, Tahli Kouperstein, Nadia Drake, and me.
With Astronaut Scott Kelly
With Astronaut Leland Melvin in front of the stage before our presentations for National Geographic at San Diego Comic-Con.
With Astronauts Leland Melvin (left) and A.J. (Drew) Feustel (right) at Johnson Space Center.
With Luis Elizondo, the former Office of the Secretary of Defense Intelligence Officer who ran the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Project (AATIP) which investigated UFOs.
With Neil deGrasse Tyson and Karen Brard (Love of my Life)
With special effects legend Douglas Trumbull
With Khloé and Kylie Kardashian headed to Area 51 in an episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians. Caitlyn Jenner (Bruce at the time) is driving and Ron Kardashian is in the passenger seat. Kendall was there too.
With Giorgio Tsoukalos in 2015.
On the set of season 2 of National Geographic’s Mars outside of Budapest, Hungary in 2017.