Alex Alamo, Member of the 41st Class of Leadership Miami

Alex Alamo, Member of the 41st Class of Leadership Miami

Becker’s Alex Alamo is a member of the 41st class of Leadership Miami, a program that helps prepare future leaders for success by cultivating civic engagement and educating members on identifying and addressing vital issues that impact Miami-Dade County, now and in the future. The program also helps to establish a long-lasting network of professional relationships to ensure future collaborations among leaders in Miami-Dade County and elsewhere.

Through the program, Mr. Alamo’s leadership team works closely with community organizations including The Motivational Edge and Goodwill South Florida, among others. The Motivational Edge served as his team’s first community service project. They worked closely with the nonprofit whose mission is to use culturally relevant arts to engage, educate, and empower some of the most underserved youth in our communities. Mr. Alamo also recently took part in a tour of Goodwill South Florida, learning how the organization is so much more than just a thrift shop, employing over 1,100 people to sew American flags and uniforms for the U.S. Army.

Alejandro Alamo is a Government Relations Consultant in Becker’s Government Law & Lobbying Practice in Miami. Mr. Alamo has extensive experience in leading government affairs departments, investigating and analyzing legislation, and participating in shaping public policy, as well as a record of successfully collaborating with government entities to influence and interpret policy. He represents several municipal governments before the Florida legislature including Miami Springs, Virginia Gardens, Pinecrest, Sweetwater, Homestead, and South Miami. His work in government also includes representation at the local level in Miami-Dade.