Alex is an experienced non-profit executive and consultant who has worked with a variety of non-profit organizations in the international development sector. She is particularly interested in the issues of women’s empowerment, education, the environment, and biodiversity conservation around the world. With an extensive background in finance, strategic planning, fundraising, and operations, Alex joined iLCP in May 2012 to help the organization develop and implement new programs that build upon iLCP's core strengths: its conservation photography expeditions around the word, an amazing library of people, animal and landscape images, and the support and dedication of the organziation's Fellow Photographers and Affiliates.
A lifelong lover and collector of photography, Alex loves working with iLCP’s Fellow Photographers to promote their conservation efforts and increase the impact of the Fellowship’s many individual and collective activities in this field. "I am always inspired by the dedication of our Photographers to our conservation goals and watching them work with our Conservation Partners to help these organizations meet their own objectives is always impressive."
Alex received her BS in Finance with a minor in Latin American Studies from Georgetown University. She is currently pursuing a Masters at George Washington University’s Elliott School of International Affairs with a concentration in Climate Change and Energy policy, their impact on women in the developing world and on the natural resources and landscapes in which these women live and work to raise their families.
Alex is fluent in French and Spanish. She has lived and traveled extensively around the world. She and her husband have two college-aged children.