Alexandra is an experienced consultant who applies her background in microeconomics and data analysis to construct data-driven strategies and processes. On each engagement, she enjoys developing a strong partnership with her clients to help determine the right path forward. She is a good listener and creative problem solver, who analyzes complicated problems, provides clarity, and develops structured solutions that ensure her client’s needs are met.

Prior to joining Coraggio, Alexandra was a Project Manager at ECONorthwest where she provided consulting services rooted in strategy and analysis for a diverse group of organizations like City of Tacoma, Downtown Seattle Association, City of Salem, Oregon Business Council, James Beard Public Market, Oregon Athletic and Outdoor Industry Association and Washington D.C. Office of Motion Picture and Television Development.

In addition to her professional work, Alexandra provides freelance consulting to the National Center for Smart Growth (NCSG) and pro-bono consulting to various nonprofits in the Pacific Northwest. She is a published author and presenter at a number of industry conferences including the American Planning Association National Conference and the International Economic Development Council’s Annual Conference. Alexandra has a B.S. in Economics and International Development from Hampshire College.