Alexander is a data-driven researcher on humanitarian and human dignity issues. His current research focuses on data ethics and the appropriate adoption of new technologies in the sector, as well as on capacity building projects in the South East Asia. His prior research has focused on proliferation network mapping, social network analysis, geospatial data, and chemical weapons incidents. Alexander was previously a researcher at Project Alpha, where he studied illicit trade and proliferation networks. He also has a background in open source monitoring and investigations on Syria and Yemen, and will be continuing to work on issues of mass atrocities and war crimes. He holds a BA in politics from the School of Oriental and African Studies, and an MA from the Department of War Studies, King’s College London.
I am most excited to work on projects that… develop localized resilience.
I am looking for partners that can help me… find opportunities in grantmaking, philanthropy, and project M&E.
A moment when I felt most inspired in my work was… when locals explicitly asked for training and resources to work with others in their area to deliver a project themselves.
Innovations in my field that that I am most excited to work on… are mapping disinformation flows on public networks.