Worldwide President Douglas X. Alexander, fifth from left, with members of the Queens Neighborhood Lions Membership in Russo on the Bay.
The Worldwide Lions Membership named Brooklyn resident Douglas X. Alexander as its 2021-2022 president throughout a latest reception at Russo’s On the Bay Banquet Corridor in Cross Bay, Queens.
In keeping with the company, Alexander, who has labored for the Bedford Stuyvesant Lions Membership for greater than 35 years, acquired the go-ahead from Lions in additional than 200 international locations.
As he serves as president from 2021-2022 for 1.four million members worldwide, Alexander’s applications and initiatives will concentrate on 4 key priorities for Lions Worldwide which are central to its mission of service: growing the capability to serve. , help the Lions Basis global-LCIF Lions concentrate on their service and talk with their communities and with one another.
Alexander, a retired vice chairman of JP Morgan Chase Financial institution, isn’t any stranger to neighborhood service outdoors of his dedication to Lions. He served as chair of the NY City League advisory board and as a board member of the St. Francis DeSales College for the Deaf.
Over the many years, Alexander served in lots of positions within the Lions membership, together with district governor and worldwide director. He additionally acquired many awards for his neighborhood service, together with the Dr. Franklin G. Mason Fellow and the Progressive Melvin Jones Fellow.
Generally, Alexander is thought for main from the guts. His household is keen about service and his dedication to encourage the subsequent technology of leaders has outlined his profession and life.
“All the time do not forget that the little stuff you do as Lions are simply as essential as the large issues,” stated Alexander.