The conservative approach to criminal justice:
fighting crime, supporting victims, and protecting taxpayers.

Kaycie Alexander

Policy Analyst





Kaycie Alexander

Kaycie Alexander is a Policy Analyst and Social Media Manager/Web Writer for Right on Crime and the Center for Effective Justice at the Texas Public Policy Foundation.

Kaycie graduated with a degree in Public Administration from Harding University in 2018, where she captained the Debate Team, served as the Vice President of the College Republicans, and the President of the Political Science Honor Society. Her interest in criminal justice began in her studies, and was elevated through volunteer work in local jails. Prior to her time with Right on Crime, she served as a Criminal Justice Policy Intern with the American Conservative Union Foundation, and studied at the Charles Koch Institute.

Contact | Email: kalexander@texaspolicy.com | Twitter


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