Taifha Natalee Alexander received her J.D. from Georgetown Law in 2017 and her LLM from UCLA School of Law in 2021, where she specialized in Critical Race Studies and graduated at the top of her class.

Taifha's legal studies, research, and career have focused on the advancement of equity, justice, and anti-racism within education, and she has been recognized by both national and state higher education organizations for her ability to create more equitable campus climates across the country. After graduating from Georgetown, Taifha served as Assistant Director of Student Life at the University of South Carolina, Aiken (2017- 2019), Diversity and Inclusion Initiatives Coordinator at UCLA Graduate Division (2019-2020) and Assistant Dean of Students for Diversity & Leadership Development at Wofford College (2020-2021).

Taifha has published several articles including We Can’t Breathe: How Top Law Schools Can Resuscitate an Inclusive Climate for Minority and Low-Income Law Students in the Georgetown Journal of Modern Critical Race Perspectives (2017) and Chopped & Screwed: Hip Hop from Cultural Expression to a Means of Criminal Enforcement in Harvard Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law (2021). She is currently working on a chapter in to be included in the forthcoming book, Revising the Curriculum and the Co-Curriculum to Engage Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, to assist colleges and universities in their efforts to incorporate Critical Race Theory and anti-racist pedagogy into multidisciplinary curricula.

In her spare time, Taifha enjoys creating floral arrangements, hiking trails in the Santa Monica Mountains with her husband, James, and listening to reggae, 90's hip-hop, and R&B.