Originally from Cincinnati, Alex began working with HeadCount in 2008 while living in Boston. He received his bachelor's degree in political communication from Emerson College in 2010 before returning home to work in Cincinnati's congressional district office. His work ultimately led him to Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. before he eventually moved back to Boston to begin law school at Suffolk University. Alex then transferred to the University of Cincinnati where he earned his law degree in 2014.
Alex currently works as an attorney in downtown Cincinnati, but he spends much of his free time getting down at local shows and festivals. As a politics and music junkie with a passion for civic engagement, Alex considers his work with HeadCount to be incredibly fulfilling, and he looks forward to continuing that work for many years to come.