Alexander Rodriguez was a special student at the Graduate School of Arts & Sciences, where he focused his research in economics, and earned a Master in Liberal Arts degree in finance from Harvard University. He was a cross-registered student at the Harvard Business School and earned certificates from the Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School and HBX at Harvard Business School.
From 2014-2016, he has served as the Vice President of Social Engagement for the Harvard Graduate & Professional Student Government (HGPSG) and served as a Senior Editor for Harvard Journal of Hispanic Policy in 2015-2016.
Past positions at Harvard includes serving as the director of events for the Harvard Latino Student Alliance and the Harvard Extension Student Association, chair events like the Harvard Leadership Conference and Harvard Masquerade Ball, along with taking leadership roles across campus.
Outside of Harvard Square, Alexander is the Treasurer for the Massachusetts Association of Hispanic Attorneys and has chaired the organization’s Young Lawyer Division and their volunteer subcommittee for the 2015 Hispanic National Bar Association Annual Convention. He’s an active member of Massachusetts Bar Association and the Real Estate Bar Association. He is licensed to practice law in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the State of Florida, and focuses his practice on civil and criminal litigation.
Alexander completed his Juris Doctor and Master of Business Administration at St. Thomas University, where he was the Director of Events for the Dade County Bar Association. He earned his Bachelor of Business Administration, with a triple major in finance, international business, and marketing, at Florida International University, where he served as the College of Business Representative for the Student Government Association.
Professionally, Alexander has worked at startups and has founded a number of small businesses. Past ventures include Business Development for Justiserv, a legal tech startup; establishing various entertainment management companies, which organized hundreds of concerts with over 3000 attendees; and boutique staffing agencies, which provided thousands of employees for political campaigns, trade shows, and employers from different industries.