Alejandro grew up in Southern California and completed his
B.A. in Psychology with a Minor in Religious Studies at Gonzaga
University in Spokane, WA. After college he served a year in the
Jesuit Volunteer Corps at a day shelter for the homeless community
in Sacramento, CA. Alejandro earned an M.S. in Student Affairs in
Higher Education and a Graduate Certificate in Women's
Studies from Colorado State University in Fort Collins, CO.
Alejandro is dedicated to challenging himself and others to think
critically about social justice and identity issues from both the
head and the heart.