Alex Faust is originally from Baltimore, MD though recently she came to Old Greenwich via way of Atlanta, GA. She has two boys, ages 2 and 8, and prides herself on being the CEO of the household. Prior to becoming CEO of her household she worked for major insurers such as Humana, BlueCross BlueShield and Kaiser Permanente selling all lines of insurance to large employer groups. She earned her BA at Randolph Macon College in Ashland, VA. In Atlanta she was part of a group of women who launched Ribbons of Hope. ROH is an organization who’s members pool their resources together to award an annual $100k donation to a non-profit that promotes education, health, economic independence, social well being or human rights for women & girls. ROH is now entering in its fifth year of giving. Also while in Atlanta, Alex was part of the Boys & Girls Club of Metro Atlanta Women’s Giving Circle. The WGC connects Atlanta women from different circles (executives, entrepreneurs, government, academia, community leaders) with Boys & Girls Club youth to engage, educate and inspire positive change. These mentoring relationships empower today’s female youths to succeed in their future endeavors. Other charitable involvement includes the American Heart Association and JDRF in Dallas, TX.