Senior Vice President
Alex Nye has over a decade of experience in communications and marketing, specializing in brand communications, messaging and campaign strategy for financial service companies. Known for being even keeled and pragmatic, Alex's approach is centered on aligning communications and marketing campaigns in support of key business objectives.
Prior to his work representing traditional and alternative asset managers, Alex worked in politics, managing political campaigns at the local, state and federal level, as well as working as a legislative aide.
Alex realized his interest in finance at age 20, after learning to day trade from his college dorm room. Alex holds degrees in Economics and Political Science from Pennsylvania State University.
Q & A
What are you most proud of in your career?
Having the opportunity to advise Labcorp during COVID and be at the center of one of the biggest global stories of my lifetime.
Name one thing most people don’t know about you.
I love to cook.
How would your mother describe you?
My mother always said I should be a lawyer.
What are your greatest strengths as a communications practitioner?
Because political campaigns are basically crisis situations that last a year or more, many of my greatest strengths took root during my time in politics. Having patience in the moment, being sure to gather all the facts before responding and always staying focused on the primary goal are key lessons I learned on the campaign trail, and still apply every day at Prosek.
What is your favorite food?
Black and blue ribeye is my favorite to eat. Ramen is my favorite to cook.
Describe your perfect client.
I love working with clients who are willing to try new things to push their brand to the forefront.
What three hobbies or activities do you enjoy most?
Golf, music and tennis are my favorite hobbies.
What’s your favorite part of the workday?
Who would play you in the movie version of your life?
Late 90s Adam Sandler.
What is your favorite quote?
From the Roman playwright Terence: "I am human, and I think nothing human is alien to me."