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Web Content Manager, College of Education and Human Services, College of Education and Human Services
Alexandra is the Web Content Manager for the College of Education and Human Services, and has previously worked in University Communications: Web Services. Her responsibilities include web site design and creation, email marketing templates, and social media.
Her past video project, "Monday Morning View," which she filmed, edited and produced, received an Award of Distinction from the Communicator Awards in 2012. The "Monday Morning View" featured video interview segments that asked questions to the campus community. She is also a recipient of a MarCom Award for web site design, a Red Ribbon Award for achieving division goals and an Iris Award from the International Association of Business Communicators: NJ Chapter.
Alexandra also has also been an adjunct professor in the Fashion Studies Department. Alexandra instructed ARTX321: Dress and Fashion History, ARTX308: Independent Study, and ARTX409: Internship in Fashion.
Alexandra is currently working on a PhD in History & Culture at Drew University. Her areas of concentration are fashion history, graphic novels, and Victorian history.
Book review for Popular Culture Studies Journal on the book Fashion Victims: The Dangers of Dress Past and Present by Alison Matthews David. Volume 6, Nos. 2 & 3, 20-18. pages 505-507.
Contributed ten entries on topics such as fashion plates, wedding clothes, standards of beauty, men's fashion and children's clothing. Published by ABC-CLIO in fall 2018. Edited by Alexandra Kindell.
Book review for The Journal of Popular Culture on the text Sneakers: Fashion, Gender, and Subculture by Yuniya Kawamura. Volume 50, No. 2, April 27, 2017. pages 415-417.
Book review for Studies in Popular Culture on the text Social Networking: Redefining Communication in the Digital Age, edited by Anastacia Kurylo and Tatyana Dumova. Volume 39, No. 2, Spring 2017. pages 95-97.
Describes the history and conservation process of work performed in the conservation lab at the Fashion Institute of Technology of this eighteenth century headgear and was published by FIT.