Program Manager | The Americas and Southern Europe
A native of Connecticut, Alexandra’s interest in study abroad and international education first began in high school when she spent the summer living with a host family in Almería, Spain. Prior to joining ISEP Alexandra spent several years living and working in Costa Rica and the Turks and Caicos as a Student Affairs Manager for the School for Field Studies, where she managed groups of university students studying abroad at remote field stations. Alexandra holds a bachelor's degree in Spanish language and literature from Dickinson College and spent an academic year abroad in Malaga, Spain as part of her undergraduate experience. She is currently completing her master’s degree in international education with the SIT Graduate Institute. Earlier in her career Alexandra led high school summer programs to Spain for the Experiment in International Living, taught Spanish at Sandy Spring Friends School in Maryland and worked as an English teacher in Thailand and Spain. Besides a love of travel and the opportunity to explore new cultures Alexandra enjoys theatre, spending time with friends and trying out new recipes.