Alex Albert

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Alex Albert
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Occupation Co-Head of Government Affairs
Employer Intercontinental Exchange
Location Washington, District of Columbia
LinkedIn Profile
Website www.ice.com

Alex Albert is a Washington, DC-based American businessman and lobbyist associated with Intercontinental Exchange (ICE), a leading global operator of exchanges and clearing houses. Albert is co-head of government affairs at the ‎ICE. He joined the exchange in that role in March of 2010.[1][2][3]

Albert is also a member of the board of directors of the Commodity Markets Council.[4]

Background[edit]

Albert is a prominent Republican strategist renowned for his bipartisan approach. With over seventeen years of experience, he began his political career in the Georgia state legislature before serving as chief of staff to Democratic U.S. Senator Zell Miller. In this role, he collaborated closely with President George W. Bush's administration on key issues such as the federal budget, homeland security, and judicial confirmations, propelling Senator Miller to national recognition.

Albert's expertise extends to both legislative and executive branches, having served as legislative director and advisor on Western Hemisphere Affairs to U.S. Senator Paul Coverdell. He played pivotal roles in major federal initiatives, including the 1996 Farm Bill and the 2001 Education Reauthorization. Additionally, Albert served in the administration of former President George H.W. Bush as assistant to the director of the Peace Corps.

Beyond his governmental roles, Albert is accomplished in media relations, with his work, often ghostwritten for Senator Coverdell, published in prestigious outlets such as the New York Times, Washington Post, and Atlanta Journal Constitution.[5]

Education[edit]

Albert holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Furman University in political science and government (1984-1988).[6] While at Fordam, Albert was selected by the Associated Press for the 1-AA All American football team in 1986 and 1987.

References[edit]

  1. Alex Albert Sent. U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
  2. Ex Parte Meeting for Proposed Rule 87 FR 49559. U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission.
  3. USDA RECORDS OF SECRETARY PERDUE’S EMAILS SENT TO NON-GOVERNMENT EMAIL ADDRESSES. AmericanOversight.org.
  4. BOARD OF DIRECTORS. Commodity Markets Council.
  5. Alex Albert. LittleSis Public Accountability Initiative.
  6. Alex Albert. Legistorm.com.
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