Lexi Osborn works as the talent and development coordinator, helping support the professional development of every person at PLF to become the best freedom fighter they can be. Embodying PLF’s value of elevating others, Lexi works with colleagues at every level of the organization to identify individualized talent goals that will increase their confidence and the impact of their work.
Before arriving at PLF, Lexi spent three years working on the educational programs team at Stand Together Fellowships. She started as a Learning Management coordinator and quickly rose to become program manager of the Koch Internship Program. Through these roles, she discovered both her love of helping others grow and a knack for creating effective, curated learning experiences. In her time at Stand Together, she honed skills including curriculum-building, coaching, talent assessment, and facilitation, which are now being leveraged toward PLF’s mission to be the best player in a constantly changing game.
In the earlier days of her career, Lexi worked as the Northeast Outreach associate for Students for Liberty, partnering with college students seeking to become active leaders in the liberty movement. But, even before that, her first job out of college was working on the development team at the Institute for Justice, where she learned the fundamentals of fundraising and the power of public interest law.
Lexi earned a BA in political science and a Certificate of Civic Engagement from Northwestern University, and she has since become a Certified Professional Coach through the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching.
Although she hails from the Chicagoland area, she now is living her interior-decorating dreams at her house with her partner, Raúl, in Richmond, VA. If she’s not eating at one of the many amazing RVA restaurants and/or dancing around to music, you’ll most likely find her on a long walk with her head in the clouds or curled up on the porch with her nose in a book.