Aleksandra was born in Surdulica, where she completed primary and secondary education. She studied international relations, focusing on the module of European integration.
Since beginning of the high school, she has dedicated her free time to non-formal education – as a coordinator of high schools in the Pcinja-Jablanica region, a Red Cross volunteer, a peer educator on humanitarian law and a teaching associate at the Petnica Science Station. She attended a large number of seminars and trainings related to the topic of human rights, gender equality and youth activism, with a special focus on human and minority rights, so in parallel with her studies she began volunteering and then professionally engaging in organizations dedicated to protection and promoting the rights of national minorities in Serbia – The Association of Roma Societies of the Pcinja-Jablanica District, The Association of Roma Societies and The National Council of the Roma National Minority. Since 2015, she has been engaged in the position of Technical Secretary and PR of The Police Association EPONM, which gave her the opportunity to work on the development and implementation of projects in cooperation with the OSCE and the Serbian Ministry of the Interior. She was also engaged in research work in the field of IPA programs of the European Union as well as volunteer work in the implementation of projects under these programs.
As a U.S. State Department scholarship recipient, she spent some time in various cities in the United States, receiving further training in international security and equality under the IVLP program.
He speaks English and Spanish.
At the Institute for European Affairs, she works as a Deputy Executive Director.