Felicity (Donaldson) Alexander
Degree: B.S. Child Development and Family Studies, Equine Studies minor with an emphasis in equine assisted activities and therapies, August 2013
Career: Felicity is the horseback riding summer camp director, riding instructor and evening barn manager at Columbia Horse Center in Maryland. Felicity teaches riding lessons to children and teenagers throughout the week, and helps take care of the lesson horses. She also coaches at hunter/jumper shows and teaches horse related lectures for the barn’s home school riding program. In 2016, she organized an event for her barn to take a trip to the Washington International Horse Show where they won an award for bringing the largest group from Maryland.
WVU Student Organizations:Felicity was a member of the WVU Collegiate Horsemen’s Association, WVU Equestrian Team, and Sigma Alpha Professional Agricultural Sorority. She also volunteered at On Eagles Wings Therapeutic Riding Center.
About Attending WVU: “I am thankful for the amazing opportunities that WVU offered me. By being involved in student organizations, I gained knowledge, support, and relationships that helped me in my personal and professional life. I have always been passionate about horses and I knew from a very early age that I wanted to work with them in the future. Taking equine courses at WVU prepared me for having a career in the horse industry and helped make that childhood dream a reality.”