Alejandra was born and raised in Santiago, Chile. She began playing tennis at the age of six and competed in her first tournament around the age of eight. Since the age of twelve, Alejandra has been participating in tournaments across South America, initially as a junior and later transitioning to professional tournaments before attending college in 2018.

Alejandra’s dedication to the sport earned her a scholarship to play for ETSU (East Tennessee State University), an NCAA Division I school in Tennessee. During her sophomore year, she played as singles two and doubles one, making significant contributions to the team’s success. In 2022, she graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Physical Education degree.

After completing her undergraduate studies, Alejandra pursued a master’s degree in Exercise and Sports Studies at Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts. Additionally, she worked as an assistant coach for Smith Tennis, an NCAA Division III school, where she played a pivotal role in guiding the team to its first NEWMAC conference tournament appearance since 2009. She looks forward to sharing her experiences with the TIA community.