Lexy earned her Bachelor’s from the University of Wisconsin Eau Claire, double majoring in Psychology and Organizational Communication. Following this, she worked extensively in the infectious diseases clinical research field at the University of Colorado. While there, she earned her Masters of Public Health with an emphasis in Global Community and Behavioral Health. After completing an Evaluation Fellowship at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta, Lexy decided to pivot her career back to her roots in psychology and pursue her PhD in Social Psychology at Texas A&M. Her research interests include true self, authenticity, and wellbeing.