Executive Director, Solve
Alex Amouyel is the Executive Director of Solve, an initiative of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Solve is a community of cross-sector leaders devoted to identifying and supporting solutions to actionable challenges through open innovation. Previously, Alex was the Director of Program for the Clinton Global Initiative, where she curated the content for the Annual Meeting. She also worked for Save the Children International in London and across Asia, the Middle East and Haiti, and at the Boston Consulting Group. Alex holds a double Masters from Sciences Po, Paris, and the London School of Economics, and a Bachelors from Trinity College, Cambridge, UK.
Announcing the Next Solve Global Challenges:
Why Prime Minister Trudeau is Coming to Solve at MIT
Boston Globe: Crowdsourcing Innovation Could Solve Some of our Thorniest Global Problems
This Year’s Co-Chairs for Solve’s Four Challenges: Jim Kim, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, & Peter Sands
Over $650,000 in Prize Funding Available for the New Global Challenges
Why Apply to Solve? 9 Transformational Benefits of Being a Solver
Announcing MIT Solve's 2019 Global Challenges
If You Can’t Find Women Tech Innovators, You’re Not Looking Hard Enough
3D Print, Tech Solutions, and “Aha” Moments: a Circular Economy Solveathon in Action
We Must Close the Innovation Gap to Achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals
Greta, Tokatawin, Patrisse, Gloria. We are 13 to 85. We are Generation Solve.
A Year in Review and a Look Forward to 2020
Announcing the MIT Solve 2020 Global Challenges
Coronavirus: Health Security Challenge Launch and Moving to Virtual Solve at MIT