Alex grew up on his family’s apple farm in Brewster, Washington. He learned every trade required to run a farm, but specialized in being the certified “gopher.” Alex graduated from high school ranked 2nd in the nation and top 25 in the World for his age in downhill ski racing. Alex studied at Jerusalem University in Israel, completed undergraduate studies from Seattle Pacific University, and finished his legal education at Seattle University School of Law where he was the Graduation Speaker. Alex learned trial skills by working as a Prosecutor for King County, and in 2006 he became a member of a large downtown Seattle law firm. Alex has been appointed as Special Counsel to a United States Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Trustee. He has also been repeatedly named a Rising Star with Super Lawyers Magazine and is an AVVO-rated "Superb 10.0" lawyer.” He also worked for Bryant Christie and the US Apple Association in Washington, D.C. But he is also known for appearing on Donald Trump’s television show, the Apprentice, where Alex finished in the final four. Alex is currently founder of Thomason Law & Justice with offices in Brewster and Seattle.