Alexandra Kemp-Thompson, currently an instructor at the University of Findlay, has experience as a coach and as a rider in equestrian show teams. A graduate of Seaton Hill, she was a four-year starter on their NCAA Division II, IHSA varsity equestrian team and was a co-captain her sophomore year. She competed at 41 collegiate competitions over 4 years for the Lady Griffins, including three Regional appearances, three Zone finals, and one National Championship. In 2012, Alexandra was both Zone 6 Open Equitation Over Fences and Open Equitation on the Flat Champion. At the 2012 IHSA National Championship she represented Zone 6, Region 5 as the Highpoint Cacchione Cup rider and placed 7th in the nation in the Open Equitation Over Fences division. She was also awarded IHSA All-Academic Honors three times, the WVIAC Commissioner's Honor Roll in both 2012 and 2013, as well as the Division II Athletic Directors Association Academic Achievement Award as a senior.
After completing her Bachelor of Arts in International Organization and her Bachelor of Science in Marketing & Human Resources at Seton Hill University, Alexandra continued her education with a Masters of Business Administration with a concentration in marketing at Tiffin University. From 2013-2015 Alexandra worked as the graduate assistant coach for the Tiffin University varsity equestrian team.
She is currently an instructor in the University of Findlay's English Equestrian Program.