Alexandrea has more than 15 years of leadership and management experience working on natural resources management with extensive experience in Mexico and Central America.
She is dedicated to promoting diversity and inclusion in conservation and agriculture, and has developed several programs for the inclusion and professional development of women of color.
Through her experiences with different organizations and as a facilitator has successfully formed partnerships with multilateral organizations, federal and state governments, NGOs, local communities and academia.
She has a B.A. in International Relations from Boston University and an M.A. focused in International Environment and Resource Policy from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy.
Her passion for conservation was borne out of growing up between two cultures with a mother from Argentina and a father from Boston. Since she was a child, she has returned to Cordoba, Argentina and has witnessed how land-use, ownership, and cultural practices are easily lost if they are not conserved.