Alexis Glick | CEO of Gen YOUth and Former News Anchor

Alexis Glick

CEO of Gen YOUth and Former News Anchor

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Alexis Glick

Alexis Glick the new CEO of Gen YOUth, recently departed Fox Business News where she was the Vice President of Business News and anchor of Money for Breakfast and The Opening Bell. Glick has recently joined the Foundation for Kauffman as a senior fellow. Glick will use her experience as a business news anchor and community leader and her expertise in the financial sector to advise the Foundation on entrepreneurship and community engagement activities. Glick joined Fox News in 2006 as the Director of Business News. She became the Vice President of Business News responsible for overseeing all aspects of FBN's business programming shortly before the launch of the Fox Business Network in 2007. Glick was the first employee and one of the executives responsible for the launch.Prior to joining FOX News, Ms. Glick was a correspondent for NBC News'Today Show, where she co-anchored the third hour of the program. Beforejoining Today, she was the senior trading correspondent for CNBC andreported from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange for CNBC's morningshow Squawk Box.Earlier in her career, Ms. Glick was an executive director at Morgan Stanleywhere she headed floor operations at the New York Stock Exchange. A member of the New York Stock Exchange since 2002, she was the first and youngest woman to manage such an operation for a bulge bracket firm, and served as one of its top producers on the Listed Equity Trading Desk. She began her career as an analyst at Goldman Sachs in the Equities Division.Ms. Glick is a graduate of Columbia University and serves as a member of the board of directors of the College Alumni Association. In 2006 shewas awarded Columbia's John Jay Award for distinguished professionalachievement. Just recently Irish American Magazine named her to theirdistinguished list of the Top 30 Irish American media journalists. She is the proud mother of three young boys.

Alexis Glick
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At the Crossroads (or Intersection) of Finance and Politics

With record-level deficits, waning entitlement programs, inflation fears, rising interest rates, bank failures, and an upcoming Presidential election, Alexis Glick's decades-long experience at the intersection of finance and politics couldn't be more timely. Her profound knowledge and insights into global markets, banking, consumer spending, commodities, and how our nation's economy and elected officials navigate today's complexities to avert a recession remain as critical as ever. Leveraging her Wall Street background and extensive connections with some of the world's most influential leaders, she helps audiences comprehend our country's trajectory, positioning strategies to capitalize on market shifts, new opportunities, rapid technological growth, and regulatory changes.

Sustainability 2.0

Sustainability and how businesses prioritize their impact on the climate are more essential than ever due to the urgent need to combat climate change. This multifaceted issue encompasses corporate commitments to achieve net-zero emissions, regulatory requirements, supply chain management, and stakeholder capitalism. Alexis Glick has advised multinational leaders and their teams on adopting achievable net-zero goals, monitoring and reporting Scope 1, 2, and 3 emissions, decarbonizing supply chains, and delivering the transparency that consumers, shareholders, employees, and activists demand. Glick labels this movement Sustainability 2.0, emphasizing that being sustainable now means 'meeting, upholding, or maintaining' your commitment in the face of record-level global warming. Sustainability 2.0 is synonymous with what she calls Survivalnomics, where change is the price of survival in today's fast-paced world. According to Glick, the ever-growing need to pivot, evolve, iterate, and adapt at an increasingly faster pace necessitates embracing discomfort to meet your targets.

Prioritize ESG or Risk Obsolescence

The evolution of environmental, social, and governance (ESG) considerations within the business world has sparked discussions about whether the original principles of ESG have been diluted or reshaped. Many companies now recognize that embracing ESG, sustainability, and DEI (Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion) is not just a matter of compliance but also about ensuring long-term resilience and reputation. They are expected to seamlessly integrate these principles into their core strategies and operations. The question looms: can they, will they, and have they done so, regardless of financial interests, investor returns, and shareholder activism? Can board-level mandates and employee-led expectations drive revenue growth and fulfill ESG promises? While ESG, sustainability, and DEI are all vital, they are not interchangeable concepts. With the growing focus on these principles, companies, investors, and the workforce demand meaningful action, not just rhetoric.

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