Charlotte-Anne T. Alexander was raised in Columbus, Ohio and in 1991, received her B.S. in French and Psychology with Honors in the Liberal Arts from The Ohio State University and her law degree from Capital University Law School in 1994. She was licensed in Ohio in 1994 (currently inactive) and North Carolina in 1996. In 1996, she relocated to Greenville and began practicing law with Legal Aid of North Carolina, Inc., where she remained until June 2008. During her tenure at Legal Aid, Ms. Alexander handled a general civil law caseload but focused primarily on cases involving family, housing, elder, education and public benefits law, as well as served as the office's Managing Attorney. Ms. Alexander’s legal practice at Mattox, Davis, Edwards & Alexander, P.A. focuses on elder law/estate planning and administration, guardianship, family law and general civil litigation.
Ms. Alexander is a Past President of the North Carolina Association of Women Attorneys, the Pitt County Bar Association and the Judicial District 3A bar. Ms. Alexander is a member of the North Carolina Bar Association (elder law section member), America Bar Association, and the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys. She is also a member of the Collaborative Divorce Association of Eastern Carolina. Locally, she serves her community as an advisory board member of East Carolina University’s School of Social Work, board member of the Real Crisis Center, Inc., board member of the end of life care coalition of Eastern Carolina, Inc. and is a member of the Pitt Aging Coalition. She is currently the Greenville Noon Rotary President and was named 2011-2012 Rotarian of the Year for District 6. Ms. Alexander has taught as an adjunct instructor at BCC and has taught multiple CLE courses in family law, education law and legal ethics. She has been a recurrent lecturer for the ECU Lifelong Learning Program since 2011 (estate planning/administration, asset protection, and end of life care planning). She is a member of the St. Paul’s Episcopal Church.