Alexandria Timoll has three years of experience teaching fourth grade in an all boys school. During that time she also coached teachers in instructional and classroom management best practices, facilitated diversity conversations with a staff of over 30 teachers, and developed an annual awards ceremony program for fourth grade. Alexandria graduated from Brooklyn College with undergraduate degrees in Childhood Education and Psychology. She eventually continued her education at The CUNY Graduate Center where she earned a graduate degree in Liberal Studies with a concentration in Urban Education. Her research focused on the school-to-prison pipeline and its effect on black boys. She is currently a fellow with the Urban Leaders Fellowship where she is researching educational policy and interning with YouthRoots.