Alexandra has been a student inside BVSD from 2004-2013, giving her the unique experience of transitioning all the way from elementary school student to board member candidate. Her passion in education policy extends into her higher education where she is finalizing her degree in Political Science at the University of Colorado-Boulder. With plans for her daughter to one day be a student in the BVSD district, Alexandra saw the opportunity to implement her new ideas and enhance the district for teachers and students of every kind. As a millennial, student, mother, and activist, Alexandra pours her passion and knowledge into running for her seat to make sure all schools, and their invaluable teachers, are given the resources they need to ensure every single child in BVSD reaches their fullest potential.
Alexandra is pictured with her fiancé Taylor and their one year old daughter named Vivienne.
Alexandra's passion for helping children extend beyond only education, she has volunteered her time into local non-profits to help children who are less fortunate.
CASA volunteers establish stable relationships with foster children, getting to know their unique history and making informed recommendations to the courts.
When a child has an advocate, she is more likely to get needed services — and a permanent, stable home. Are you eager to make a difference in a child’s life? Become a volunteer.
Alexandra has started the process and have fulfilled the initial requirements needed to become a CASA for foster children in the Broomfield area.
Girls on the Run® is a 501c3 physical activity-based positive youth development (PA-PYD) program designed to develop and enhance girls’ social, psychological, and physical competencies to successfully navigate life experiences. The Girls on the Run® program combines training for a 5k with an interactive curriculum targeting the promotion of competence, confidence, connection, character, caring, and contribution.
Girls on the Run® creates a psychologically safe environment for girls to learn about themselves, connect with others, and contribute to the community. Focus on competition and ability in physical activity contexts is often a barrier for participation for girls.
Alexandra has donated both time cheering on the girls and coaches running, making signs, and donated money to support the Girls on the Run of the Rockies.