We are proud to welcome Alexandra as our 2023 Summer Gregoire Fellow.
Alexandra is originally from Seattle and is a husky fan through and through. Before attending law school, Alexandra worked as an attorney recruiter at a law firm. She volunteers as a Committee Member on Washington's Local Indian Child Welfare Committee and is President of the Native American Law Student Association at UW Law. She loves to travel, especially to Mediterranean countries where she can learn new recipes and visit local wineries. She also enjoys reading and listening to investigative podcasts in her free time.
“I am honored and excited to utilize the mentorship, professional development and networking opportunities provided to me as a Gregoire Fellow,” she said. “It is essential for attorneys use their degrees to advocate for and elevate marginalized voices; I look forward to gaining the necessary skills to promote justice and better serve my community.”
The Gregoire Fellows Program, named in honor of former Washington Gov. Christine Gregoire, recognizes students for their academic and professional achievements, unique perspectives, and leadership potential to diversify the legal profession and law schools in Washington. Fellows spend the summer following their first year gaining invaluable legal experience.
Alexandra is a Judicial Board Member, Student Bar Association; Member, Womxn’s Law Caucus.