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Alexandra Rogan

Executive Director, Council for Inclusive Capitalism

Alexandra Rogan is Executive Director of the Council for Inclusive Capitalism where she works with corporate, investor and public sector leaders which share the Council’s vision to create more sustainable and collaborative economies. In this role, she oversees the organization’s strategy, growth and development, programming and communications working closely with the Council’s board and Steering Committee of global leaders. Alexandra brings deep experience working with companies and chief executives to understand and respond to critical social, political and geopolitical trends and issues.

Prior to the Council, Alexandra was Managing Director of the Political Risk Advisory practice – a division she helped establish in 2013 – at Teneo, a CEO advisory firm. She oversaw all corporate client engagements and program development, as well as the integration of political risk services across Teneo’s international offices and other advisory services and served on the Teneo Risk Leadership Board. She became a senior member of the global government affairs team, working closely with C-suite, government and external affairs, and sustainability executives. In 2018, she co-led the foundational work that established Teneo’s global ESG Advisory services. She has advised clients across a wide range of sustainability issues, from plastic waste, carbon emission and other environmental impacts, to workforce development, inequality and the responsible application of technology.

Before joining Teneo, Alexandra was Associate Director of Corporate Advisory Services at Eurasia Group, a political risk consultancy, where she served as the global relationship manager for the firm’s largest account and strategic alliance partner. She also worked in Emerging Markets Equity Research at JPMorgan Chase & Co.’s London office.

Alexandra holds a MS in Global Affairs from NYU and a joint honors BA in French and Spanish from University College London. She also studied art history at the British Institute in Paris, and international relations at the Complutense University of Madrid. Alexandra sits on the Advisory Board of New York University’s Center for Global Affairs and chairs the Development Committee.

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