- Family Law
- Widener University Commonwealth Law School (JD)
- SBA Executive Board Member
- Student Ambassador
- Southern New Hampshire University (BS, magna cum laude)
- President’s List
Professional & Community Affiliations
- Dauphin County Bar Association
Client-focused, attentive attorney who gives her all and takes the time to develop a trusting relationship with each of her clients. She then uses her legal proficiency to find new and creative approaches to skillfully deliver positive results.
Alexandria is a family law and municipal attorney who skillfully represents a diverse set of clients. Alexandria also has extensive experience in civil appellate law. She understands that the legal process can be daunting with many question marks, and she assists her clients by listing options in detail and setting a plan into place to successfully deal with the issue at hand. She is adept at relieving a client’s general anxieties that come along with the legal process in general.
An avid communicator, Alexandria keeps her clients informed and up to date, so they never have to guess where they are in a case. She places great effort and importance on getting to know her clients and works to establish trusting relationships. She serves as a dependable and practical problem-solver on the unique issues faced by clients in today’s legal climate.
Before working at Tucker Arensberg, Alexandria gained invaluable experience as an associate attorney focusing on litigating and managing civil, criminal, family and estate cases from start to finish. She also drafted complaints, briefs, preliminary objections, contracts, wills, powers of attorney, and healthcare directives. As an associate attorney for The Dauphin County Public Defender’s Office, she represented juveniles charged with crimes, as well as adults participating in Dauphin County’s Recovery Connection Court and Veterans Court. Alexandria also clerked at the Carbon County Court of Common Pleas for the Honorable Roger N. Nanovic.
Alexandria earned her law degree from Widener University Commonwealth Law School and her Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice from Southern New Hampshire University.
Alexandria is a native of Honesdale, Pennsylvania, and moved to the Harrisburg area in 2016. In her spare time, she enjoys reading and spending quality time with her family.