Alexandrine leads Privacy International’s strategic programme which is centralised around building a global privacy movement and involves working with and equipping advocates worldwide to engage on fighting for the right to privacy. She is responsible for the overall delivery of the strategic programme and its development. Additionally, in her role as Advocacy Officer, she works on developing and implementing PI's advocacy strategies and in particular with its partners at the national, region and international level and carries out related thematic research.
Before joining PI, she worked as Network and Programmes Associate at the Platform for International Cooperation on Undocumented Migrants (PICUM). Previously, she was engaged in research and advocacy on issues relating to human rights, irregular migration, Security Sector Reform (SSR), gender, conflict management, and human security. Alexandrine graduated from the University of Birmingham with an MSc in Conflict, Security and Development following an LLM in International Law at the University of Westminster following and BA in Law with International Relations from Oxford Brookes University.