Alexandria earned her undergraduate degree from Loyola Marymount University and then went to Texas Christian University where she earned her Masters in Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis on Language and Literacy. While she is certified to teach through 6th grade, Alex enjoys helping students of all ages expand their learning beyond the classroom. She strives to “help students navigate their own learning by having them use resources, ask questions, and developing a growth mindset, which ultimately leads to success in everything they do.” Alex’s students describe her as a caring teacher that puts the student's needs above anything. Her natural patience with learners allows her to support them as they address poor habits, try new strategies, and grow into stronger students. Since she played D1 Softball in California, Alex offers a unique understanding of students who are balancing academics and time intensive extracurriculars. She understands the importance of teaching students time management in order for them to achieve their aspirations on and off the field.
In her free time, Alex enjoys spending time with her friends and family, trying new breakfast spots, walking the Trinity Trails and traveling. She also enjoys cheering on the TCU Horned Frogs.