Alex Entz

MPA, Economic Policy
Woodrow Wilson School
Class of 2020

Alex Entz is an MPA *20 graduate at the Woodrow Wilson School, who focused on the intersection between international economics and foreign policy. An Iowa native, he graduated from Northwestern University in 2014, where he majored in economics and also studied math and creative writing. Upon graduating, Alex worked on the Federal Reserve Bank of New York's Markets Desk, where he traded mortgage-backed securities and also spent time on the foreign exchange and domestic money market desks. Alex then worked as a budget and enrollment strategist for the City Colleges of Chicago before moving to D.C. on a Public Interest Fellowship, where he served as a sanctions analyst and then as the policy aide and speechwriter for the CEO of the Hudson Institute.

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