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Alexis Ettinger joined the AGLN team in a new role designed to foster the success of the leadership ventures of Aspen Global Leadership Network Fellows through innovative partnerships, tools, interactions and insights. In addition, she leads action programming at the annual Resnick Aspen Action Forum as well as the Braddock Scholars program, a high-level mentorship program for AGLN Fellows. Alexis has spent her career developing and investing in entrepreneurial approaches to social change, with a strong focus on leveraging networks and cross-sector collaborations. Most recently, Alexis was the director for social innovation at Georgetown University’s Institute for Reproductive Health, where she led a mobile health enterprise in India. Previously, she was the head of strategy at the Skoll Center for Social Entrepreneurship at Oxford University’s Said Business School, designing programs and partnerships to support social ventures and systems-level impact initiatives. She's has also worked on designing a gender-lens investing initiative at Criterion Institute, building a global coalition for government impact investing with the Global Social Progress Imperative, and advancing thought leadership for the field through writing and speaking on these topics. She started her career at Ashoka, where she supported a network of over 2,000 social entrepreneurs globally. Alexis has a BA from Dartmouth College and an MSc from the London School of Economics and Political Science.