Alexander is a Wildlife Conservation Program Officer at World Wildlife Fund in Washington, D.C., creating communications and campaigns that advance conservation by winning hearts, changing minds, and providing a voice for wildlife. Most recently, he was a core member of WWF's advocacy response to the global COVID-19 pandemic, a campaign that received a 2021 Digiday Greater Good Award. He leads communicating on many of WWF's top priorities, from tiger conservation to wildlife crime issues.
Alexander previously worked for WWF's Global Science and Private Sector Engagement teams, the World Resource Institute, and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. He earned a Master of Science in Ecology, Evolution, and Conservation from Imperial College London and a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Sciences from the University of Balamand in Lebanon, where he grew up. As a dual national, Alexander's cross-cultural experiences have fueled his passion for powerful and creative storytelling that is inclusive, uplifts unheard voices, and has the power to catalyze change.