Alexi is a first-year MPAff student at the LBJ School of Public Affairs. She graduated from Wesleyan University in 2017, where she volunteered as a tutor with the Wesleyan Center for Prison Education. Prior to graduate school, Alexi worked as a policy analyst at the Prison Policy Initiative. While at the Prison Policy Initiative she authored national reports about the overuse of jails in the United States, the importance of not excluding people convicted of violent offenses from criminal justice reforms, the rates of correctional control in each state, and the high price of phone calls from jails. At PJIL, Alexi is working to analyze COVID-related deaths in correctional settings and is conducting research for other large-scale projects.
Alexi is a first year MPAff student at the LBJ School of Public Affairs. Prior to graduate school, Alexi worked as a policy analyst at the Prison Policy Initiative, where she authored reports and briefings about the harms of mass criminalization.