Alexandria is a Floridian, raised in the heart of the Pine Hills community. She pursued her undergraduate degree at Florida International University and received her Bachelor’s degree in Business as Florida’s Bright Futures Scholarship recipient. She then pursued her law degree at Florida A & M University in Orlando.
She knew from an early age that she wanted to be an attorney and in 2007 she found herself in the middle of litigation when her father, Orlando Police Officer Alfred Gordon, was killed in the line of duty.
Alexandria spent years working at one of Orlando’s largest personal injury law firms where she gained invaluable experience. She later moved on to work at two of the "Big 10" insurance carriers in the nation. During her career in insurance industry she progressed from claims adjuster, claims manager, upward to counsel. As an expert in her field she served as an arbitrator where she heard cases from disputing insurance carriers and provided binding decisions of liability and medical disputes. Alexandria has handled thousands of injury cases in her career and always knew she would use the knowledge and experience she gained on the insurance side to her future personal injury clients.
Today, Alexandria’s desire to serve her local community continues. She actively participates in several charities, and non-profit organizations. During her reign as Miss Black South Florida, Alexandria held a passion for providing assistance and education to inner city youth like herself. She maintains these values and is consistently volunteering in the Central Florida Community.
Alexandria takes cases throughout the entire state of Florida, and prides her herself on having a firm that provides maximum recoveries to her clients.
Alexandria resides in Apopka where she enjoys spending time with her family, friends, and two loving children.