Alexandra Peterson is a co-founder of Trofi Holdings, a collective investment platform that leverages benefit-capital to support exceptional builders and initiatives with a vision to create a healthy, sustainable, and equitable food future. Additionally, she is a founding partner of Anása, a boutique advisory firm that identifies and participates in private deal flow globally, with an emphasis on Greece. Previously, Alexandra co-founded Madeira Global, a leading environmental, social and governance (“ESG”) advisory, analytics and reporting firm, which was acquired in 2020. For her work, Alexandra was named a Forbes “30 Under 30” Social Entrepreneur, a Tribeca Disruptive Innovation Fellow, and one of the WSJ “Women of Note.” She has a B.A. from Middlebury College in International Studies and Political Science with a specialization in Latin America Studies. She is a term member of the Council on Foreign Relations, where she serves on the Term Member Advisory Council. Additionally, Alexandra is an advisor to PATH, the refillable bottled water brand on a mission to end single-use plastic, and serves on the Advisory Council of Rockefeller Capital Management.