Member Since: October 11, 2017
Alexandra Dolce believes that the rule of law is the foundation of permanent legal reform and sustainability in developing countries. As such, she uses her legal, adjudicative, business and conflict mitigation skills to help NGOs, government entities and various stakeholders implement and establish strong legal reform through project management, education and consultation.
She graduated from a top law school and is licensed to practice law in three jurisdictions. She has drafted and negotiated contracts in excess of 25+ million dollars for the Human Resources Administration of New York City and the New York City Comptroller’s Office. She drafted the vendor contract pursuant to the Broadband Technology Opportunities Program (BTOP) for the Freedom Rings Partnership, which was led by the Urban Affairs Coalition of Philadelphia and the City of Philadelphia, to implement a community-based approach to digital inequity in Philadelphia. She has overseen rule of law projects in Turkmenistan, Central Asia and has taught in Saudi Arabia. She is an arbitrator and certified mediator and a former Administrative Law Judge for the City of New York.
She currently resides in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, however she believes that New York City is the center of the universe. She is an avid reader and patron of the arts.