Alexandra Pyke is a Partner at Mind The Gap providing strategic advice to nonprofit organizations, foundations, corporations and private high net worth individuals and families working at the intersection of philanthropy and social impact. Alexandra’s consulting services include the provision of strategic planning, identifying opportunities for partnership and development, fundraising, grant research and preparation, fundraising marketing and communications. She also provides bespoke philanthropic services to charitable trusts and public trustees to improve the impact of their charitable distributions and assist their private wealth clients.
Alexandra Pyke currently acts as the Project Director of Community Affairs at Westfield World Trade Center in New York City. She has developed a robust Community Engagement and Social Impact Program for WWTC encompassing food security, education, workforce development, environment and sustainability and employee volunteer engagement.
An attorney by training, Alexandra sits on the Next Generation Council Board of the USC Shoah Foundation Institute in Los Angeles, is Co Chair of the Survivor Initiative in New York and works closely with Brazilian charitable organization Gastromotiva in Sao Paulo.