Human Relations Representative II.
Carlos Alejandre was born and raised in Taipei, Taiwan. He is employed by the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission, Pittsburgh Office, as a Human Relations Representative II. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Science from Penn State University and then went on to pursue a medical degree from Temple University Medical School. Mr. Alejandre began his government career with the Department of Human Services. Before joining the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission, he served as Director of the Westmoreland County Juvenile Detention Center and Emergency Youth Shelter, as well as Vice President of the Juvenile Detention Centers and Alternative Programs, an affiliate of the County Commissioners Association of Pennsylvania. Mr. Alejandre has been playing the violin for 27 years and is the founder and 1st chair violinist of The FH Quartet. He volunteers as an usher for the City Theater Company. In his free time, he enjoys tennis and movies, occasionally serving as a contributor of movie reviews for the British Broadcasting Corporation’s flagship film review program.