Senior Project Manager
Alexandria King-Close manages a wide range of priority projects for the Office of the Vice Provost for International Affairs. These have included developing communications materials to promote Harvard’s international work; researching, compiling, and presenting data to inform and advise about various facets of Harvard’s global outlook; management of Harvard Global Institute; and facilitating with partners across the University and abroad on events and other collaborative activities. Previously, Alexandria served in the Division of Policy Translation and Leadership Development at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. She has also conducted field research in India, Tanzania, and at the UN on economic opportunity, and gender & armed conflict; and served as a political delegate to Japan and Venezuela. She has published and contributed to publications on the feminization of poverty, roles in artisanal mining communities, and cyber warfare. Alexandria earned her B.A. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in Sociology, Women’s Studies, Global Cultures, and African Studies; and Master of Liberal Arts concentrating in International Relations from Harvard Extension School.