Alexandros Hatzakis is the Associate Executive Director (AED) at FPWA. As AED, he is responsible for building a strong team, fostering a dynamic organizational culture, and strengthening our programs, policy and advocacy work, and member and community engagement. He oversees and manages the development, implementation, administration, and evaluation of key operations areas, including daily operations, strategic planning, business advancement, human capital management and development, physical plant, and infrastructure.
Prior to working at FPWA, Alexandros was the Director of Income at United Way of New York City where he oversaw and managed a $6 million portfolio of program and policy initiatives aimed at assisting families in meeting their basic needs, tackling household insecurity, and working towards economic stability.
He formerly served as the Development and Information Systems Manager at The Financial Clinic, overseeing the implementation and integration of fundraising and operational and client data systems. He has also conducted research and policy analysis for the State of Delaware’s Division of Corporations.
Alexandros received his Bachelor’s degree from Macaulay Honors College at CUNY Baruch, his Master of Public Administration from New York University’s Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service, and is a Certified Nonprofit Accounting Professional (CNAP). He serves as Chair and member of New York City’s Procurement Policy Board.