Alexandra graduated from American University in May 2010, with a double major in Justice and Women's, Gender, and Sexualities Studies. She is currently enrolled in the BA/MA program at AU and hopes to complete her Sociology master's program in the summer of 2011. Her research interests include sexualities studies, criminal justice and deviance. Alexandra has previously worked as a research intern and charge of quarters at Washington D.C's only female halfway house. Currently, she is a General Education Faculty Assistant for American Society, taught by Dr. Michelle Newton-Francis. Alexandra is also a research assistant at the Center on Health, Risk and Society and is currently working on a project commissioned by the UNDP which reviews the ways in which law enforcement affects HIV risk for high-risk populations.
BA in Justice and Women's, Gender and Sexualities Studies
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