Alexis Bivens

Vice President of Strategic Initiatives

Connecticut Council for Philanthropy

Alexis Bivens is Vice President of Strategic Initiatives for the Connecticut Council for Philanthropy and Managing Director of the Supporting Organizing Work Funders Collaborative (SOW-CT), a project supported by the Council. Alexis joined the Council team with over 15 years of experience in philanthropic organizations and nonprofits.

She most recently served as program director at the Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation, where she spearheaded initiatives focusing on the environment and learning differences. Prior to joining the Tremaine Foundation, she served as director of Thrive by 25 at Fairfield County’s Community Foundation. Alexis also worked at the McGivney Community Center in Bridgeport as their Executive Director. Alexis received her Bachelor of Arts at Eastern Connecticut State University and her Master of Arts in Community Counseling at Fairfield University.

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