Inspired by the extraordinary philanthropic history of North Texas, Alexandra is driven by a deep sense of purpose to continue fostering a culture of philanthropy in our region and beyond.
Alexandra thrives on discovering what motivates individuals in their philanthropic endeavors and enjoys connecting a donor’s interest with an organization’s needs to create the greatest possible impact. She believes nothing is more unstoppable than a great partnership between a worthy organization and visionary, philanthropic-minded individuals working together to achieve a specific goal.
Alexandra has worked for some of the largest health care organizations in Dallas – Southwestern Medical Foundation, Children’s Medical Center Foundation and Baylor Health Care System Foundation. Her years of experience have provided her with a perspective beyond capital campaigns that includes annual and planned giving, prospect research and donor stewardship. Through her experience, Alexandra has gained invaluable insights that have shaped her understanding of high-performing development programs.
In addition to a fundraising career, Alexandra has written, published and marketed her first children’s book, “Silly Sophie’s Summer Sunday Morning.” The book was inspired by her faith, her English springer spaniel, Sophie, and the American spirit.
Alexandra holds a Master of Liberal Arts from Southern Methodist University and a Bachelor of Science in Dietetics from Texas Tech University.
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