Frederick Alexander

Author & Speaker
Weaving Influence Leaders

Frederick (Rick) Alexander is Head of Legal Policy at B Lab, a non-profit organization dedicated to enabling people to use business as a force for good. In his role, he works with other lawyers, company executives, investors, legislators, and regulators around the world, seeking to create corporate governance structures that lead corporations to contribute to a healthy, stable society and planet.

With 30 years experience in law, Alexander was named as one of the 10 most highly regarded corporate governance lawyers worldwide by The International Who’s Who of Corporate Governance Lawyers 2012. Prior to coming to B Lab in 2105, Alexander was the managing partner of Morris, Nichols, Arsht & Tunnell in Wilmington, Delaware, and prepared the initial drafts of both the Delaware public benefit corporation legislation and the ABA Benefit Corporation White Paper. In addition to his industry involvement, he serves as a member of the Commonwealth Climate and Law Initiative Advisory Board, and board member of the Transgender Legal Defense and Education Fund. His book, Benefit Corporation Law and Governance, was a #1 New Release under Corporate Law on Amazon in October 2017.

“Any entrepreneur or executive setting his or her company down a path in pursuit of purpose would do well to pick [this book] up.”

~ Michal Rosenn, General Counsel, Kickstarter

About Frederick Alexander

About Frederick Alexander
Frederick Alexander is a frequent writer and speaker on corporate law, particularly on matters of stakeholder governance. His book, Benefit Corporation Law and Governance: Pursuing Profit with Purpose (October 2017, Berrett-Koehler Publishers), was a #1 New Release under Corporate Law on Amazon.
About Frederick Alexander

Keynote Speaker Frederick Alexander

Frederick (Rick) Alexander is Head of Legal Policy at B Lab, a non-profit organization dedicated to enabling people to use business as a force for good. In his role, he works with other lawyers, company executives, investors, legislators and regulators around the world, seeking to create corporate governance structures that lead corporations to contribute to a healthy, stable society and planet.