Alexa holds a Bachelor’s in Psychology from the College of William & Mary and a Master’s in Social Work from UNC-Charlotte. During her graduate studies, she completed an internship with RSP focusing on work with the Central Appalachian Network. This work led to her capstone paper titled “Expanding Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Acceptance at Farmers Markets in Central Appalachia as a Means of Economic Development.”
Prior to joining RSP, Alexa worked in the mental health field. She spent 4 years working in residential treatment and 3 years managing the administrative operations of a clinical psychology office. She discovered her interest in nonprofit and social enterprise leadership and management after noticing and experiencing the struggles that these organizations often face. She hopes to draw from her clinical and administrative experience to help individuals and organizations function at their full potential and make a greater impact on those they serve.
Masters of Social Work, University of North Carolina – Charlotte, 2022
B.A. Psychology, College of William & Mary, 2016
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