Alexandra dedicates her practice to helping injured workers in North Carolina. Alexandra grew up outside of Pittsburgh, PA but moved south to escape the dreary Western PA winters. She graduated from the Honors College at Indiana University of Pennsylvania in 2014 with a B.A. in History/Pre-Law and a minor in Business Administration. From there, Alexandra moved to Raleigh, NC to attend law school. She earned her J.D. and graduated from Campbell University Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law in 2017. During her time in law school, Alexandra focused on trial advocacy courses and was involved in the Blanchard Community Law Clinic as well as various pro bono projects. Alexandra also spent the majority of her time involved in an internship with a local firm focused in representing injured workers.
After earning her J.D., Alexandra spent the first several years of her career defending employers, insurance companies, and third-party administrators in workers’ compensation claims. Because of her experience, Alexandra offers a noteworthy perspective to her claims while representing injured workers. Alexandra has successfully handled claims before the North Carolina Industrial Commission, at both the Deputy Commissioner and Full Commission levels. She also co-authored a brief before the North Carolina Court of Appeals, which has since been published. Alexandra utilizes her prior experience to guide injured workers through the workers’ compensation system.
Outside of work, Alexandra spends her time with family and friends, cooking and baking, traveling, and cheering on the Penguins and Steelers. She and her husband live in the Raleigh area with their two dogs, Bailey and Remy.
- North Carolina State Bar, 2017