Alexandria has been a full-time secondary school English and Special Education teacher since fall of 2012. After graduating with a Specialist in English Studies from the University of Toronto in 2010, Alexandria pursued her Masters of English at McMaster University, while lecturing and grading for first year Canadian Literature courses on campus. In 2011, she began her teaching program with York U in Toronto, working with students across grades 6-12 in courses including English, History, Music, and Social Sciences.
She was promoted to Department and Curricular Lead of Special Education and ESL in 2018, and continues to teach Grade 12 English online during the summer. She has facilitated workshops for students, including the JustAsk Project — an ongoing effort to increase student voice in schools. She has also developed multiple resources for staff on topics like Differentiation, Essentialism, Universal Design Learning, Restorative Mindset, Supporting Wellness, and the positive influence of 21st century technology — including eSports — on teaching and learning. Alexandria lives in Toronto, Ontario and enjoys walking her dog, Nala, in Sunnybrook Park.