Alix Lebec is an entrepreneur and strategic adviser to the business, non-profit, philanthropic, and impact investing community. With more than 16 years of experience in Europe, Southeast Asia, and the US, Alix’s expertise is rooted in understanding and seeing the bigger picture, developing compelling value propositions, raising capital to bring game changing ideas to life, and helping build impactful teams and organizations. Alix started her entrepreneurial journey at The World Bank in Paris and Southeast Asia, followed by the Clinton Global Initiative where she built and led innovative public-private partnerships, communication strategies, and social impact programs focused on women and low-income communities. In 2010, Alix joined Water.org, a non-profit dedicated to ending the global water crisis, founded by entrepreneur Gary White and actor Matt Damon. In 2016, Alix helped launch WaterEquity, an impact investment manager, to accelerate Water.org’s impact and harness the power of global capital markets. She currently serves as WaterEquity’s Chief Investor Relations Officer and has helped raise $200M+ in philanthropic and impact investment capital. She holds a Master of Science in Social Policy and Economics from the London School of Economics, and received her Bachelor of Arts in International Business from the American University of Paris.