Alex Wirth

Co-Founder
Quorum

Alex is a cofounder of Quorum primarily responsible for business development and customer success. Alex interned in the Office of the Chief of Staff at the White House, in Senator Jeff Bingaman's (D-NM) office, and was a U.S. Senate Page. Alex started the Campaign for a Presidential Youth Council where he conducted over 60 meetings on Capitol Hill. These meetings led to the introduction of three bipartisan resolutions supported by six U.S. Senators and eighteen Members of Congress. Alex was appointed by Secretary Clinton as the youngest member in history to the U.S. National Commission for UNESCO. Alex has spoken at the United Nations, the Clinton Global Initiative, and the World Forum for Democracy. Originally from Santa Fe, New Mexico, Alex graduated from Harvard with a degree in Government and Economics.

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