Alain is a native New Yorker and former software engineer with an MBA in Corporate Strategy and International Business. He has twenty-five years of experience in Corporate America and has delivered large-scale business solutions for some of the world’s most powerful brands ranging from Fortune 500 software companies to financial institutions, crisis and emergency management firms, entertainment conglomerates, healthcare corporations, and local governments.
Throughout his professional career, Alain has held leadership roles in strategy, business development, digital transformation, marketing, organizational change management, and program management.
Alain is a founding member of multiple consulting practices and startups across the United States and in the Caribbean and Latin America. Combined with his applied knowledge and expertise, he has an advanced understanding of Industry 4.0 technologies that can help communities solve their toughest challenges in the years to come, including growth, innovation, job creation, and productivity.
Alain earned his MBA from The Ross School of Business at University of Michigan and completed his bachelor’s degree in computer science from Rochester Institute of Technology. He was born in Queens and raised by
Haitian-immigrant parents. Alain is a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, One Hundred Black Men, and is a member of BE NYC Mentors with NYC Department of Small Business Services. He serves on the Board of Directors at The Haitian Roundtable, Center for Caribbean Resilience and Sustainability, and Gentlemen’s Factory, a membership institution advancing men of color around the globe.
Alain resides in Brooklyn, New York with his wife and daughter.