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About Alex Fieldcamp

New York City is where Alex Fieldcamp was both born and raised, and it is also where he currently resides. During his formative years, he received his education at St. Bernard's School, Loyola, and Groton. Fieldcamp's interest in money and markets inspired him to pursue a degree in Applied Economics with a specialty in Finance at the undergraduate business school at Cornell University. During his time there, he concentrated in Finance. His whole professional life has been spent in the financial industry; he has worked for both huge investment management companies and smaller, more specialized investment banks.

Fieldcamp is very proud of the fact that his mother is an immigrant from Cuba. She moved to the United States when she was very young in order to begin a new life. Fieldcamp has been fortunate to travel to Cuba on multiple occasions to spend time with his family and gain a deeper understanding of his family history in that country. During one of his journeys, he drove all the way from Havana to Santiago, which is located on the opposite end of the island of Cuba. This excursion is one that he clearly remembers even to this day.

Alexander Fieldcamp is a member of the Carnegie Council for Ethics in Worldwide Affairs, which is situated in New York and aims to identify the most serious ethical challenges affecting international commerce and politics. This council has Alex as a member. Experts from all around the world are brought together by members of the Carnegie Council to discuss and find answers to ethical problems that are morally sound, as well as educate audiences all over the world on global ethics.

Fieldcamp has volunteered for a significant amount of time with the New York Common Pantry, which is an organization that works toward eliminating hunger in New York City. This is in addition to the work that he has done for the Carnegie Council. Volunteers at the New York Common Pantry do a variety of responsibilities, including staffing special events, filling food pantries to assist families in supplying their kitchens, and providing direct service to individuals in need by preparing and serving hot meals to those in need.

Alex has also been active with the Young Members Committee at the El Museo del Barrio. El Museo is one of the few institutions in New York City that focuses solely on promoting the art and culture of Latin artists from the United States as well as artists from Latin America. This makes it a unique and important cultural hub.

Ever since he was a young boy, Fieldcamp has been both a skilled player and a devoted sports enthusiast. Fieldcamp has been a fan of the Knicks for his entire life. He enjoys playing basketball as much as he does watching it, and he has been a fan for his entire life. He was the team captain during his senior year of high school, and he still participates in weekend leisure leagues now.

Fieldcamp is a movie buff who is informed and passionate about movies, both classic and contemporary, which he enjoys watching in his own time outside of his time spent playing basketball. It is his dream to launch a blog that will provide him the opportunity to discuss his passion for movies with other people.