Alex Sink served as Florida’s Chief Financial Officer from 2007 to 2011. As one of four statewide elected officials, she was responsible for the state's treasury and accounting functions, served as a trustee for the state pension fund, directed the insurance consumer advocacy work along with serving as Chair of Florida Healthy Kids (S Chip program) among many other responsibilities. Prior to elected office, Alex had a 26-year career at Bank of America, where she was Florida President from 1993 to 2000.
Alex Sink previous public corporate board service includes Sykes Corporation, Raymond James Financial, and C1Bank. She currently serves on the board of Verger Capital, a private manager of endowment funds.
Alex Sink extensive nonprofit service includes serving as past board chair of United Way Suncoast, Leadership Florida, Take Stock in Children, Hillsborough Education Foundation, and The Nature Conservancy (Florida Chapter). She is a life trustee at Wake Forest University and is the incoming board chair of the Tampa Wave, a tech startup accelerator. Additionally, Alex serves on the United Way Worldwide Leadership Council, Junior Achievement Board, and Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center Board.