Since 2006, Seth Alexander has been president of the MIT Investment Management Company (MITIMCO), which manages the university’s endowment, and oversees investment of its current funds, pension assets, and other institutional assets. Between 2006 and 2019, the MIT endowment grew from approximately $10 billion to approximately $17.6 billion. Prior to joining MITIMCO, Alexander was a director at the Yale University Investments Office, where he worked for 10 years. He also served a Management Fellow at the Yale School of Management and co-taught a class on endowment management. Alexander earned a BS in biology from Yale in1995. For 12 years prior to joining the Institute board, he served as a member of its Investment Committee and will continue to do so; he will also serve on the Finance Committee.