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Alex's journey began in Newtonville, Massachusetts. His early education at Cabot Elementary School, Frank A. Day Middle School, and eventual graduation from Newton North High School in 2014 laid a strong foundation for his future endeavors. As a child, Alex was active in the local Little League, contributed to community service through Newton Serves, and competed on the Newton North track and cross-country teams. His commitment to his community was further reflected in his involvement with Congregation Dorshei Tzedek in West Newton, where he celebrated his Bar Mitzvah.​


Alex pursued higher education at Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business, earning a Bachelor of Science in Finance in 2018. It was during his time at university that he discovered a passion for government and public service, greatly influenced by former Congresswoman Jill Long Thompson. Her mentorship inspired him to add a second major in business law and ethics, setting the stage for his future career in public service.

​Upon graduation, Alex was recruited by RTX for their prestigious Finance Leadership Development Program, starting in their Washington, DC office. He demonstrated exceptional financial acumen, managing budgets of approximately $120 million during his tenure in the Tucson office. In June 2020, Alex returned to his roots in Newton, where he has since served as a financial auditor for RTX, focusing on anti-corruption and anti-bribery initiatives. His dedication and expertise led to his appointment to the City of Newton’s Financial Audit Advisory Committee by the President of the City Council in June 2023.

​​Currently, Alex is completing his MBA at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, attending classes at night while continuing to live in Newton Corner.​


If elected, Alex pledges to be a relentless advocate for the constituents of the 11th Middlesex district. His deep-rooted connection to the community and unwavering commitment to public service make him a compelling candidate dedicated to making a positive impact.

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