Alezah’s interest in employment law, love of writing, and passion for helping others align in her role as an investigator. She found that the process of neutral decision-making and working toward a fair outcome for all involved is the perfect fit for her.
Alezah has led or assisted in more than 150 workplace investigations since joining the firm in 2014. These have included allegations of sexual harassment, sexual assault, discrimination, ethical violations, workplace bullying, and retaliation.
Alezah has worked with public entities, private entities, and nonprofits. Her investigations have involved employees, management, and employee organizations, and have included agency-wide investigations and environmental assessments. She has investigated allegations against high-level executives, elected officials, and high-profile individuals in the entertainment industry.
Alezah also conducts Title IX investigations for educational institutions. These have included investigations in schools at all levels of education, from grade schools to universities, at both public and private institutions. She has investigated complaints in athletic departments, Greek life organizations, and between faculty members.
Alezah graduated from the Associate of Workplace Investigators (AWI) Training Institute for Workplace Investigators. She is an AWI Certificate Holder (AWI-CH) and serves as Junior Faculty for the Institute. She has also received training certificates from the Associate of Title IX Administrators (ATIXA) and T9 Mastered to conduct Title IX investigations.
Alezah is a Bay Area native and avid hiker, camper, and backpacker. You will often find her hiking Mount Diablo or the East Bay Regional Parks or camping on the coast or in the Santa Cruz Mountains. Alezah also enjoys all things spine-chilling, including horror movies, murder mystery novels, and true crime podcasts.
Indiana University Maurer School of Law, J.D.
University of California Santa Cruz, B.A., History of the Americas and Africa
Climate Surveys and Assessments
State Bar of California
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