Alexandra Seals is currently the Associate Director of Mission and Outreach at The Reformed Church of Bronxville. In her current role, she oversees the Reformed Church in Bronxville’s mission and advocacy efforts, ranging from systemic change and social justice issues locally and abroad, as well as the administration of Coming Home, a prison re-entry program. Prior to this, she was a Research Consultant at Fordham University’s Beck Institute for Religion and Poverty. Alexandra has provided consulting services for reentry programs where she conducted training, curriculum development, and program planning for organizations such as Rye Presbyterian Church, Riverside Church, and SEARCH Houston.
Alexandra has worked on many mass incarceration reform initiatives including at the Westchester County Jail, where she spearheaded a program that provides incarcerated youth with pre-release training and coordinated planning to support their transition into the community. She has served as an Advisory Board member of Hudson Link for Higher Education in Prison and most recently has served on the Westchester Ban the Box Task Force. Her work is featured in a documentary released by the New York State Council on Community Re-Entry and Reintegration. Alexandra is pursuing a Doctoral degree in Social Work at Fordham University and has an MSW from Lehman College. Alexandra’s current research is in the area of parental incarceration and intergenerational transfers.