Alex Fieldcamp was born and raised in New York City, where he still lives. He attended St. Bernard’s School, Loyola and Groton for his early education. Fieldcamp’s interest in finance and markets led him to Cornell University where he majored in Applied Economics, with a concentration in Finance, at the undergraduate business school. To date his career has been in finance, having held positions at a large investment management company as well as boutique investment banks.
Fieldcamp is proud that his mother is a Cuban immigrant, who came to the US at a young age to start a new life. Fieldcamp has had the opportunity to visit his family in Cuba several times, where he was able to learn more about his roots. On one of his trips he even traveled by car from Havana to Santiago across the length of the Cuban island – a journey that he remembers vividly to this day.
Alexander Fieldcamp is a member of the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs, which is based in New York and works to identify the most pressing ethical issues facing international business and politics. Members of the Carnegie Council bring together global experts to discuss and develop ethically sound solutions to ethical issues and educate audiences around the world on global ethics.