Dwight Alexander

Alexander HeadshotDwight Alexander, Vice President and Director of Public Affairs and Industry Outreach, ederal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco (FHLBSF)

Dwight Alexander is the Vice President and Director of Public Affairs and Industry Outreach for the Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco (FHLBSF).  The FHLBSF is a wholesale banking institution with over $100 billion in assets, providing liquidity for its over 300 member financial institutions.  At the FHLBSF, Mr. Alexander is responsible for representing the Bank before Congress and its regulators.  Prior to joining the FHLBSF, Mr. Alexander spent 10 years as an investment banker and financial advisor for professional sports teams, states and local governments. Mr. Alexander specialized in the financing of stadiums, sports facilities and large transportation infrastructure. In that capacity he structured and managed the issuance of over $10 billion in debt securities. He served as lead financial advisor or lead banker on 13 stadium and arena projects including the, Tennessee Titans stadium, Oakland Coliseum (arena and stadium), Camden Yards (baseball and football), the New Boston Garden, and the Phoenix Suns arena. He also served as lead financial advisor to the Bay Area Rapid Transit District (BART) on their SFO extension project as well as other general infrastructure and housing projects. Prior to his work in banking Mr. Alexander was a judicial clerk to the Honorable Linda Taliaferro, Chairman of the Pennsylvania Public Utilities Commission and served on the economic development policy staff of the Honorable Rudy Perpich, Governor of the State of Minnesota.

Mr. Alexander is very active in the community and served as President of the City and County of San Francisco Planning Commission (2004-2008), San Francisco Community Building Council for United Way of the Bay Area, The Fiscal Advisory Committee of the San Francisco Unified School District, the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce Workforce Housing Committee and has served on the boards of several Bay Area companies and non-profit organizations.

Mr. Alexander holds J.D. degree from the Syracuse University College of Law, a Masters of Public Administration (M.P.A.) from the Syracuse University Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs and is a graduate of Carleton College where he received a B.A. degree in Political Science.