Alexandra (Ali) Mace is Vice President of Stakeholder Engagement, Communications & Awareness within AIG’s Information Security Office.
She leads the team that is responsible for all cybersecurity-related internal and external communications, cybersecurity awareness training and education, responding to cybersecurity-related inquiries from regulators and current and prospective AIG customers, and external engagement in financial sector cybersecurity-focused forums. She also serves as Co-Lead of AIG’s Global Women in Technology (GWIT) professional development group.
Ali has held cybersecurity-focused communications and stakeholder engagement roles for more than a decade. Prior to AIG, she was the Director of Communications and Membership Engagement at the Analysis and Resilience Center (previously known as the Financial Systemic Analysis and Resilience Center); Internal Communications Manager for BAE Systems, Inc.’s Security & Intelligence Sector; and Communications Advisor to the
Assistant Secretary for Cybersecurity at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
Other previous roles include Assistant Professor of International Relations at
Ashford University and Operations Assistant to the U.S. Ambassador to Vietnam.
A former newspaper and magazine journalist, Ali earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Dramatic Writing from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts and a Master of Public and International Affairs degree with a concentration on Security & Intelligence Studies from the University of Pittsburgh’s Graduate School for Public and International Affairs.