“I've have had the good fortune of working with Alex on numerous occasions over the past few years. Without fail, she has always been a pleasure to work with and someone who delivers a consistently outstanding product."
“A creative powerhouse with drive, passion and structure, but also very fun and easy going. Personally she is a joy to work with, balancing a committed work ethic with amazing wit and humor. I hope to have the chance to work with her again."
"I was continually thrilled with her work as both a graphic designer and marketing coordinator. Alex’s ability to prioritize and manage her schedule is exceptional and her work ethic is second to none."
"Alex is one of the most creative, artistic, and talented people I have ever worked with. Projects she is assigned are completed with a high level of detail, and she displays a true passion for the creativity she is able to apply to them"
"Alex is truly a pleasure to work with!”
“Alex was a great employee, bright, enthusiastic, positive, hard working, and a leader. She handled our online advocacy, plus she wrote, produced and directed a video for us, and helped us with all the things online that we hadn’t been doing."
“Alex is a talented activist with a passion for merging the creative arts and social critique. She is motivated by contemporary issues of importance and gracefully brings the possibilities of new media to bear on them, while maintaining a reverence for things of the past. She is competent, engaged, conscientious, genuine, and committed. It was a pleasure working with such an outstanding professional in her field!”
“Alex enrolled in my Ethnographic Video class at UWM in 2008 and in one scant semester, her development as an artist and thinker completely transformed my own experience in the classroom and in the field. It was a new course, with new ideas. She was fully present and this made all the difference. Alex was one of two women in a sea of male students and often the first to present her material for critique and to take risks. Her level of commitment really inspired the others and she lead the development of a remarkable final exhibition that continues to be the most memorable, in my experience here at UW-Milwaukee."