Alexandra Black

Executive Assistant to Founder and Chairman

Alexandra Black joins 13D from a career in communications and journalism. Belonging to a family of publishers with The Baltimore Sun, Alexandra has a knack for finding the stories that most need to be told. She worked as a sports journalist for Ski Racing Media for five years, attending World Cup events and covering the top athletes in professional ski racing. Her writing has also appeared in Borgen Magazine and The Borgen Project Blog, where she reported on global advancements in poverty alleviation. A dedicated environmentalist, Alexandra has also worked as an independent researcher on the initiative to establish a private, indigenous-owned-and-managed nature reserve in a remote corner of Southern Chile.

Alexandra received her BA in World Politics, with a concentration in Latin American politics, from Hamilton College in December of 2021. Her studies have brought her to Ecuador, Peru, Argentina, and Chile. After living in Valparaíso, Chile, in the months leading up to the 2019 Estallido Social, Alexandra wrote her thesis on the conditions and attributes of social demonstrations that most frequently correspond with violent repression. Inquisitive and observant, Alexandra is right at home seeking out the contrarian, overlooked or unseen ideas that are disseminated at 13D. 

Alexandra was raised in Ketchum, Idaho. While she loves exploring cosmopolitan cities around the globe, she is most at home living the quiet, mountain-town lifestyle of her hometown. A talented skier and fanatic mountain biker, Alexandra spends as much time as she can in the Idaho backcountry.

Alexandra Black

Executive Assistant to Founder and Chairman

Alexandra Black joins 13D from a career in communications and journalism. Belonging to a family of publishers with The Baltimore Sun, Alexandra has a knack for finding the stories that most need to be told. She worked as a sports journalist for Ski Racing Media for five years, attending World Cup events and covering the top athletes in professional ski racing. Her writing has also appeared in Borgen Magazine and The Borgen Project Blog, where she reported on global advancements in poverty alleviation. A dedicated environmentalist, Alexandra has also worked as an independent researcher on the initiative to establish a private, indigenous-owned-and-managed nature reserve in a remote corner of Southern Chile.

Alexandra received her BA in World Politics, with a concentration in Latin American politics, from Hamilton College in December of 2021. Her studies have brought her to Ecuador, Peru, Argentina, and Chile. After living in Valparaíso, Chile, in the months leading up to the 2019 Estallido Social, Alexandra wrote her thesis on the conditions and attributes of social demonstrations that most frequently correspond with violent repression. Inquisitive and observant, Alexandra is right at home seeking out the contrarian, overlooked or unseen ideas that are disseminated at 13D. 

Alexandra was raised in Ketchum, Idaho. While she loves exploring cosmopolitan cities around the globe, she is most at home living the quiet, mountain-town lifestyle of her hometown. A talented skier and fanatic mountain biker, Alexandra spends as much time as she can in the Idaho backcountry.

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