Chief Executive Officer, GENYOUth
Alexis Glick is Chief Executive Officer of GENYOUth, a nonprofit organization dedicated to creating healthier school communities through programs in partnership with the National Football League and the National Dairy Council. Glick serves as a frequent contributor to many national and international news programs, providing her perspective on global business topics of importance, the financial markets and CEO leadership trends. Prior to GENYOUth’s inception, Glick helped launch the Fox Business Network, where she served as Vice President of Business News at Fox News, and anchored “Money for Breakfast,” interviewing the likes of President Obama, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Warren Buffett, Rupert Murdoch, Tiger Woods and Kobe Bryant. Glick previously served as anchor and national correspondent on NBC’s “Today Show” and CNBC’s “Squawk Box,” and was an executive at Morgan Stanley, where she was the first and youngest woman to lead a bulge bracket business on the New York Stock Exchange. In addition to her executive responsibilities at GENYOUth and enjoying her active role as mom to four kids, Glick serves on the Board of Directors for Schreiber Foods, and is also a frequent strategic advisor to CEOs for some of the largest international, blue-chip and Fortune 500 companies on issues relating to media strategy, business development, investor relations and corporate communications. Glick also advises professional athletes on social media, branding and public speaking. Glick, a graduate of Columbia University, is currently completing a book on the intersection of profit and purpose, which highlights her insights and experiences from the board room, finance, media and philanthropy, describing what leaders and companies can do to support the causes and issues of greatest importance, not only to their current employees and customers, but to those of future generations.