Alexandra Froehlich currently works as the Assistant Director for Student Leadership & Development specifically advising Greek-lettered organizations at Loyola Marymount University. Alexandra also is an instructor in the Ignatian Leadership Institute at LMU.
Alexandra received her B.A. in Mathematics from LMU. Upon graduation she attended the University of the Pacific where she received her M.A. in Educational Leadership and Administration with an Emphasis in Student Affairs working in both Greek Life and Residential Life. Her thesis work is based on the Spiritual Development and Greek Life.
Alexandra currently serves as the NASPA Co-Chair for the Spirituality and Religion in Higher Education Knowledge Community, a member of the NASPA Western Regional Conference Committee, and is a member of the NASPA Southern California Professional Development Team.
Alexandra has worked in Residence Life at CSU Monterey Bay and LMU as well as with Student Government at LMU. She has served in the roles of CCPA CSU Representative, Director of Professional Development, and Director of Equity and Inclusion. Within NASPA, Alexandra has served as the NASPA NorCal Membership/Secretary and a member of the Western Regional Conference Promotions Committee.
Alexandra's future plans include pursuing a MBA and Ph.D. in Student Affairs where she hopes to research spiritual identity development.
Fun facts about Alexandra are that she is known for sending out tons of greetings cards, line dancing and crafting!