About Me

Alexandra Kaiss (she/her) is a recent graduate from the School of International Service at American University. With a passion for international law and economic governance in the Middle East and North Africa, Alexandra is currently an international trade paralegal with the ambition to attend law school.

Across her diverse academic and professional experiences, Alexandra has cultivated a dynamic skill set and expertise in areas of international public diplomacy, U.S. immigration and human rights law, government affairs, economic policy, and more. Alexandra conducted award-winning research and has had articles published in influential think tanks as a member of the accelerated B.A. Global Scholars and School of Public Affairs Leadership programs. On campus, she served on the executive board of the American Literary Magazine and American University’s Model United Nations conference.

In her free time, Alexandra is an avid reader of Jane Austen, an ardent collector of TinTin memorabilia, a regular attendee of movie theatres, and a zealous rider of Amtrak and EasyJet.