As an innovator, Alexandria is passionate about connecting business partners with creative solutions for transformative initiatives such as product development, new market entry and expansion, and strategic transactions that improve the delivery of healthcare in America. Her diverse expertise over the past 20+ years spans the specialty physician practice group and  management services organization (Pinnacle Partners In Medicine), hospital (Baylor Scott &  White Health), urgent care clinic (Concentra), payer (Humana), healthcare technology services  (Signify Health), and pharmaceutical (McKesson) settings. A two-time General Counsel,  Alexandria is currently the Managing Chief Counsel at McKesson, where she leads the teams  serving the strategic relationships with hospital and health systems, specialty physician practice  groups, and technology and innovation partners. 

As a servant leader, Alexandria shaped organizational leadership as a strategic advisor to  several executive teams and governing boards. She influenced health law and policy in a  positive and non-partisan way as the first Asian American Chair of the American Bar Association  Health Law Section in its 25-year history. In 2021, she was honored as the Champion of  Diversity and Inclusion by the American Bar Association Health Law Section and as the  Champion of Diversity by D CEO Magazine Corporate Counsel Awards. 

Alexandria earned her law degree from Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law  and graduated cum laude and with distinction in History and a minor in French from The  Colorado College. She studied Italian and Renaissance art in Florence, Italy. A member of Phi  Beta Kappa, she is fluent in French and English and conversant in Vietnamese and Italian.  With her husband as coach and chief encourager, she launched a running journey beginning in  2014 with her three children and competed in over 100 races ranging from 5Ks to half  marathons. Her rescue dogs, Mashed Potato and Cookie Dough, enjoy running bib-free on a  non-competitive basis.