Alexander graduated from Susquehanna University in 2015 with two degrees, one in Political Science and the other in Italian. He established his dedication to giving back to the community during his collegiate years while serving as philanthropy chair, giving free Italian language lessons at the community library and participating in local community service projects. After graduation, he attended Widener Commonwealth Law School. He volunteered his time at his law school’s civil law clinic assisting with unemployment claims, estate planning, and child custody disputes. He earned 13 CALI awards, externed for the Chief Judge of the United States District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania and graduated summa cum laude. He then began his legal career at Franklin D. Azar & Associates, P.C. as a class action attorney. He represents “the little guy” or clients that have been wronged by corporations and wants to change the way corporations treat consumers. He has recovered millions of dollars for his clients. Outside of his professional career, he does pro-bono work and is a dedicated volunteer with Easterseals Colorado, a group that supports persons with disabilities. He believes that being a member of Pi Kappa Phi in college helped him foster a deep sense of community and responsibility. His work ethic became focused on bettering his chapter, school, and community which translates into his work ethic to better his clients’ lives now.