Alexa Solorio is the Center for Geospatial Solutions’ business manager at the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, where she focuses on business development; grants and contract management; and implements and manages business processes. Prior to joining the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, Alexa was the production and business coordinator at Foreign Affairs magazine, where she helped manage the finances and operation of the print magazine and digital Foreign Affairs’ products. At Bloomberg, Solorio was responsible for overseeing more than 1,500 accounts within the United States and Latin America to ensure key financial performance targets were met. She is a graduate of the University of Arizona and holds a master’s degree in international business from Hult Business School. Alexa is an active humanitarian, having volunteered in Myanmar to work with marginalized people living in impoverished conditions. Alexa’s achievements include serving as finance director and most recently as chair of the United Nations Association Southern New York Young Professionals Board.