Global Water Roundtable, WWF
Alexis Morgan leads the Alliance for Water Stewardship's (AWS) Water Roundtable on behalf of WWF. Alexis has spent the majority of the past ten years working for WWF on collaboration solutions for business and biodiversity, including multi-stakeholder commodity standards. His expertise lies in sustainability indicators, conservation planning and spanning the gap between conservation and the private sector. He has operated as a consultant to various clients of different sizes ranging from the World Bank to the City of Toronto, to small non-profits. He has also worked extensively on water stewardship and water risk.
Alexis is a part-time lecturer at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, BC where he teaches courses in urban environmental economics, and also sits on the board of the White Ribbon Campaign, an international effort of men working to end violence against women.
Alexis has a BA (Hons) in Geography, Anthropology and Biology, an MSc in hydrological modeling, and a Masters of Business Administration in strategy & sustainability from the Schulich School of Business at York University. He resides in Vancouver, Canada with his partner Kristina, his son Bevyn, and his golden labrador retriever, McGregor.