Alexandra Coberly, originally from Franklin, Tennessee, graduated from Birmingham-Southern College Summa Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa with a major in History and minors in Human Rights and Conflicts and Sociology. While at BSC, Alexandra was the president of the Honor Council, a member of Pi Beta Phi Sorority, and a student volunteer coordinator with First Light Women’s Shelter. After serving with Impact America, she hopes to attend law school.

What do you like to do for fun?

My favorite thing to do for fun is to go to see live music, but obviously that hasn’t happened recently. Some of my favorites I’ve seen pre-end-of-the-world are Gregory Alan Isakov, Judah and the Lion, Jason Isbell, and Rainbow Kitten Surprise.

Name and describe a memorable place you have been.

My sophomore year of college, I spent one month in Italy and it was magical. My favorite place was Orvieto, a smaller town with a beautiful cathedral. I’ll never forget the cobblestone streets and beautiful views of the valley below the town.

What’s something most people don’t know about you?

I was born in London, England! It sounds cooler than it is though; we left when I was little, and sadly I don’t remember any of it.