Lysandra Alexander has worked with the Pennsylvania Department of Education, Migrant Education Program (PA-MEP) for over 16 years. As a Program Coordinator, Lysandra specializes in providing training and technical support to the staff that works directly migrant students. Prior to working for the PA-MEP, she worked as an Educational Consultant at the Pennsylvania Training and Technical Assistance Network (PaTTAN) through the Lancaster-Lebanon Intermediate Unit 13. She also taught elementary bilingual education, for three years, at Providence Public Schools in Providence, RI.
Ms. Alexander is a graduate of Arizona State University with a Bachelor of Arts in Education, 1995. Ms. Alexander is the recipient of two Master’s degrees: the first from Slippery Rock University in Guidance Counseling in 1997 and the second from the University of Arizona in Library Science in 2009. Ms. Alexander received her Juris Doctor in 2003 from American University.
Ms. Alexander is a member of the Maryland Bar since 2003 and is fully bilingual English-Spanish.