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Alex Haseley

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Role and Company

Crisis Management Leader (Senior Manager), Deloitte

Expertise

16 years experience in consulting

Location

Washington, DC

About Alex

http://www.linkedin.com/in/alexhaseley

Alex helps companies prepare for, respond to, and recover from high impact events. He does this through developing plans and playbooks, conducting exercises and simulations, delivering training, facilitating post-crisis reviews, and developing remediation plans. Alex has experience with cyber, information security, business continuity, risk management, issue management, and reputation management. He has also worked with companies responding to major crisis events, navigating regulatory, law enforcement, communications, and customer issues to resolve the crisis.

Alex has been at Deloitte for ten years and has predominantly worked out of the Washington D.C. and Paris, France offices. He is conversational in English, French, and Spanish.

Alex was in the military prior to joining Deloitte and brings this leadership, organizational, and resilience experience to his client engagements. He has an MBA from the George Washington University, is a Project Management Professional (PMP), holds a certificate in supply chain strategy from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and completed Harvard Kennedy School’s Program on Crisis Leadership.

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11 months ago

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