Alexandra C. Venters is a graduate of James Madison University, where she earned her Bachelor's in Business Administration. She graduated magna cum laude, with a degree in Marketing. Thereafter, Ms. Venters attended the Pennsylvania University, Dickinson School of Law in Carlisle, Pennsylvania.
While at Dickinson, Ms. Venters earned an IOLTA Fellowship and a certificate in Public Interest Advocacy from the Miller Center. In her last year at Dickinson, Ms. Venters completed an internship at the Disability Law Clinic, practicing primarily Social Security Disability Law, following her admission before the United States District Court of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania as a student attorney and was then admitted to full practice in Pennsylvania.
Ms. Venters also volunteered with Wills for Heroes, a program co-sponsored by the Pennsylvania Bar Association's Young Lawyers Division. "Wills for Heroes" provides free basic estate planning/wills to first responders in Pennsylvania, helping to provide police, fire and emergency medical personnel with the tools they need to prepare for the future.
Ms. Venters has also performed volunteer work for Philadelphia VIP which provides pro bono services; Ms. Venters was previously listed on the Pro Bono Honor Roll for her pro bono work.