Alexander was born and raised in Germany before moving to Corvallis, Oregon in 2000. Because the Oregon Ducks are clearly better than the Beavers, he went to the University of Oregon. Alexander participated in college debate for three years, ultimately winning third place at the National Parliamentary Tournament of Excellence in 2015. He graduated cum laude with a major in political science and minors in philosophy and comparative literature. He is currently pursuing his J.D. at Harvard Law School.
Alexander coached high school debate for five years in both a volunteer and professional capacity, and received an award for his outstanding coaching. He loves working with students and delights in their successes: one of the high school teams he coached is currently ranked #3 in the country in policy debate. He also served as a note taker for students with disabilities during his time at the UO. Alexander’s areas of expertise include nuclear politics, foreign policy, political theory, and modernist philosophy; he is also very familiar with the LSAT and hopes to help students achieve their ideal score.
When he isn’t studying or working, Alexander enjoys all things gym-related, watching various sports events, eating any and all good food (which necessitates his enjoyment of all things gym-related), and reading.