Jennifer Alexander is the operations manager for health law programs for the O’Neill Institute, where she manages O’Neill’s academic and capacity building programs and human resources. She is committed to enhancing extra-curricular programming for LL.M. students and strives to promote continuous growth for day-to-day operations.

Prior to joining the O’Neill Institute, Alexander has worked at various nonprofit organizations, where she managed and planned all facets of the meeting process including recruiting sponsors and exhibitors. She has served in meeting planning and project management positions for over six years.

Alexander holds a B.S. in criminal justice and sociology from Virginia Commonwealth University.

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