As ICTC’s head of research and policy, Alexandra’s work is rooted in a desire to support an innovative, resilient, and sustainable digital future. 

Alexandra has led initiatives and authored reports on a broad range of topics, including transformative technologies, labour market evolution, economic trends and policy, social impacts, and environmental sustainability. With over 15 years of experience in research and policy, her work has resonated with audiences around the world.

Before joining ICTC, Alexandra worked abroad, in the United States and Europe. During this time, she led work on topics including social and environmental welfare, clean technology, active transit, taxation, and governance. She has previously held roles at organizations including PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), and the European Commission.

Most recently, Alexandra completed a MicroMasters in Macroeconomics from the University of Queensland. She holds a certificate in Executive Leadership from the University of Oxford; master's degrees in International Relations, and Conflict Resolution and Governance from the University of Amsterdam; a postgraduate certificate in Professional Communication from the University of British Columbia; a diploma in International Business from Humber College; and a BA in Political Science, English, and Statistics from Wilfrid Laurier University.