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Alexandria McBride

Director, Environment and Sustainability

Areas of Expertise:
Environmental Policy, Environmental Justice

Favorite Innovation:
The Record Player

As Director of Environment and Sustainability, Alexandria joins ITI in directing programs and activities on behalf of the preeminent global companies in the information and communications technology (ICT) sector. She specifically develops and advocates positions on domestic and international policies related to energy efficiency and environmental priorities throughout the full product life-cycle. She currently serves on the Board for the Center of Diversity and the Environment and is the Chair of the NAACP-DC Climate and Environmental Justice Committee.

Prior to ITI, Alexandria coordinated the re-launch of the Tishman Environment and Design Center, an academic hub based at The New School that utilizes design, policy and social justice approaches to solve pressing environmental issues. She was also a manager at The Engine Room, an international NGO using technology and data to support social and environmental causes.

Alexandria was formerly the Chief Financial Officer at Groundswell, a D.C.-based nonprofit aimed at unlocking communities’ economic power to grow sustainability on the local level. As the CFO and Executive Management Team member, Alexandria oversaw the organization’s financial and operational functions and worked closely with program directors to identify and implement systems that improve the efficiency and quality of Groundswell’s impact.

Prior to joining Groundswell, Alexandria worked for ExxonMobil Environmental Services Company in multiple project and operational management roles. While at ExxonMobil, Alexandria collaborated with local government officials and community stakeholders to steward environmental cleanup projects across the Mid-Atlantic United States. She also managed the transfer of environmental responsibility during ExxonMobil’s multimillion dollar divestment of properties in New York and New Jersey. In addition to this work, Alexandria was nominated to support ExxonMobil’s STEM education and diversity efforts.

Alexandria holds a B.S. in Civil Engineering with a concentration in Environment from Howard University and a M.S. in Environmental Policy and Sustainability Management from the Milano School of International Affairs, Management and Urban Policy.

Blog Posts by Alexandria McBride