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Dale LeFebvre is the founder and Chairman of 220.127.116.11, a family office holding company that creates value for its businesses through Transformational Investing™. This proprietary strategic management, restructuring, and financial engineering methodology has consistently created value in previously underutilized assets. Dale managed and raised more than $1 billion in institutional capital. Current holdings include: transportation, infrastructure, financial services, technology, and multiple investments serving the energy sector. An avid inventor, Dale personally holds multiple patents, the last of which was allowed in 2019.
An alum of McKinsey and Company, he is the recipient of numerous honors and awards, including a National Bell Labs Fellowship, a Harvard Law School Traphagen Fellowship, and an Aspen Institute Henry Crown Fellowship. Dale is also an active member of Sigma Pi Phi, the Young Presidents Organization Gold US Capital (Washington DC Chapter), and a Board Director of American Association of Blacks in Energy (AABE).
Philanthropically committed, Dale serves on several Boards, including the National Smithsonian Board, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Oxfam America, Pen / Faulkner Foundation, Phillips Museum, and the University of the Virgin Islands Foundation, where he has endowed a fellowship. He is also an Emeritus Board Member of the National Urban League, John F. Kennedy Center and Ford’s Theater, and served as Vice Chair of the Democrat National Committee.
Dale is an Electrical Engineering graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Harvard Business School, and Harvard Law School. He is a native of Beaumont, Texas.