Alexandra offers a unique public affairs experience having worked in both the private and public sectors. Over the years she has honed her skills in public policy, advocacy, strategic planning, and stakeholder engagement. Having spent many years working for the federal and provincial governments, she has also sharpened her knowledge of government policies, procedures and strategies.
Alexandra comes to Hill+Knowlton Strategies after working as a senior policy advisor for the government of Ontario. Most recently she was working for the Minister of Long-Term Care where she was responsible for the staffing file, including the long-term care staffing plan “A Better Place to Live, a Better Place to Work.” Before joining the Ministry of Long-Term Care, Alexandra worked at the Office of the President of the Treasury Board.
Prior to her time spent in government, Alexandra spent time running fundraising at Durham Outlook for the Needy, a local not-for-profit, and in an advocacy role at the local Chamber of Commerce in her hometown. Alexandra first got her start in policy and advocacy work with the federal government in the Office of the President of the Treasury Board and the Office of the Minister of Status of Women & Labour. Alexandra looks forward to using these experiences and her passion to drive and deliver effective results.
Alexandra holds a Bachelor of Arts (honours), specializing in music and political science, from the University of Windsor and a Masters, specializing in political management, from Carleton University.