Alexandria Attar

Digital Project Manager

Alexandria Attar Portrait

Equestrian, Greenthumb, Aggie

Our resident Fort Worth native and Aggie, Alexandria is ready to jump into any situation where her skills are needed. She never backs down from a challenge and her organizational skills ensure that no deadline is missed and no team member is overwhelmed. Outside of BrandExtract, you can find Alexandria perfecting tasty cookie recipes, tending her flower garden, relaxing with her husband, Jordan and her labs, Sven and Major, or visiting her favorite place in the world, northwest Montana.

There's always an opportunity to make someone's life better. This is what drives me in everything I do for my teammates and our clients.

With a major in Animal Science and a minor in Agricultural Communications and Journalism, Alexandria is captivated with the psychology behind communication strategies and tactics and never backs away from a challenge. She loves studying user behavior and figuring out what drives their decisions. Her dedication, empathy and curiosity help strengthen our team's ability to create, transform and grow our clients’ brands.

Fun fact about Alexandria: When she was a recent graduate, Alexandria was looking to work at a place that had a great culture. She found BrandExtract in a Houston Business Journal "Great Places to Work" article and applied to be the receptionist. "When I interviewed, I was drawn to the laid-back, inclusive and collaborative culture," she says. "I think it's uncommon to find an organization that has such strong values and they actually believe them and live them out in their own lives and in their work." We quickly figured out that we could put Alexandria's skills to better use in marketing, and she was soon promoted to her current role.

Outside of work, you're likely to find Alexandria spending time outside with her husband, Jordan, dogs, Sven and Major, and horse, Buster. She also enjoys growing specialty cut flowers, baking anything with chocolate, and hiking and horseback riding through Montana (where she spent many of her childhood summers). 


  • BS in Animal Science, Texas A&M University

  • Minor in Agricultural Communications & Journalism, Texas A&M University