As a senior project manager at McKinley Advisors, Alexandra works alongside clients to efficiently and sustainably implement and achieve their strategic plans, balancing the 10,000 ft. goals with the realities of putting plans into practice. She believes the most successful projects are those that have thoughtful and committed buy-in from stakeholders, which is how she approaches each of her projects.
Alexandra leverages seven years of trade association experience, where she led advocacy and education efforts in the home and community design space. Her expertise extends to strategic planning, committee stewardship, member involvement and awards programs.
Alexandra earned her bachelor’s of science degree in architecture from Roger Williams University in Bristol, Rhode Island, and her M.S. in sustainability management from American University in Washington, DC. She holds a Project Management Professional (PMP) certification and is a LEED Green Associate.
When she is not at work, you can find her exploring new towns and trying new restaurants, indulging in the Great British Baking Show or cozying up with a good book or nostalgic video game.
Read Alexandra's latest posts on the McKinley Insights BlogFive Takeaways from ACCESSE22: Using Digital Tools in Concert with your OKRs
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