Alexander was instrumental in bringing Junior State to his community, and has served as chapter president and an award-winning speaker. He dedicated himself to expanding the organization – by raising thousands of dollars in scholarship funding for students to attend the JSA convention, helping to start seven new chapters in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, and being selected to attend an exclusive JSA leadership summit. His efforts led him to his election as the JSA Lt. Governor for Texas. An officer of Speech and Debate and the computer club, Alexander also founded a nonprofit that donated desktop computers to students. As a high schooler, Alexander has spent two summers interning for Ericsson North America, where he played a key role in the annual Technology Camp, which brings STEM awareness to hundreds of children. Alexander also hails from Texas, but will attend rival school the University of Texas at Austin in the fall.