Vice President, Development
Alec Elbert joined the Concussion Legacy Foundation staff as Vice President, Development in March of 2016. Elbert's role at the Foundation is to steer its strategic vision and manage its development initiatives, fundraising and growth.
Prior to joining the Foundation, Elbert was chief strategy and development officer for Autism Speaks, where he managed all fundraising across the U.S. and Canada. In that role, he was responsible for the development of a fundraising leadership strategy, progression of regional field operations and chapters, management of existing fundraising initiatives, and implementation of new revenue channels.
Before his work at Autism Speaks, Elbert spent 11 years at the New England Sports Network (NESN), where he specialized in advertising and affiliate revenue, forecasting and business analysis. He was responsible for revenue strategy, reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, Chief Financial Officer and working with the Ownership Group associated with the Boston Red Sox, Boston Bruins, and Liverpool Football Club.
A father and big sports fan himself, Elbert is proud to be part of a team leading to a safer future and helping kids protect their most important asset, their brains.
Elbert resides in Brookline with his wife, Veronika, and children, Sophia and Charlie.