Alexandra is a 2019 graduate of Michigan State University's Honors College with a Bachelor of Science focused in Psychology. She has had several diverse academic and clinical experiences in psychology, including working in clinical/cognitive and I/O psychology research labs, assistant teaching in undergraduate psychology courses, work in private practice, and performing clinical and assessment work in community mental health and health psychology settings.
Most recently, Alexandra published "A test of the investment model among asexual individuals: The moderating role of attachment orientation" in Frontiers in Psychology in collaboration with MSU faculty and other research associates. This paper was based on Alexandra's honors thesis from her time at MSU and expands upon her original work and data collection. As a member of the asexual spectrum community herself, Alexandra is dedicated to advancing research and awareness regarding this population, enhancing inclusivity for all asexual spectrum identities, and being an advocate for this underrepresented minority group.