Alejandra Aguirre most recently served as a Government Affairs Consultant in the Dallas-Fort Worth area where she consulted clients on federal and state policy and political strategy in the healthcare, financial services, education, energy, direct selling and nonprofit industry. She begin her career in Washington, DC, where she served in a variety of critical capacities with both the Competitive Carriers Association, a wireless trade association and CIT Group, a financial institution for middle market companies.
In 2017, Aguirre was selected as an Academy Fellow for the Latino Center for Leadership Development, a rigorous twelve-month leadership training program aimed at providing promising individuals the skill set needed to succeed in positions of impact in government. Simultaneously, she was selected to participate in Leadership ISD, a ten-month program aimed at providing civic leaders the information and insight to effectively influence systematic transformation in public education. In her spare time, Alejandra volunteers for non-profits and political campaigns that seek to uplift communities of color and women.
Aguirre attended Southern Methodist University (SMU), where she was selected as one of twelve participants to travel to Washington, DC for the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute’s twelve-week program that focuses on shaping the next generation of Latino leaders. Through this program, Alejandra worked in the U.S. Senate and gained valuable Capitol Hill Experience. Alejandra graduated from SMU with a degree in corporate communications and public affairs.