Rolf Alexis is a Senior Asset Manager in the Sustainable Workplaces organization of the General Motors Company and has developed strategies to optimize fixed capital investments in the company worldwide.
Rolf has championed cost-saving projects in nearly all of General Motor's North American business units as well as in South America, Europe, and Asia. He has a background in manufacturing and environmental engineering, and as a teacher of statistics and lean manufacturing. Rolf received a degree in Chemical Engineering from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, a Master of Business Administration degree from Eastern Michigan University, and Certifications in Six Sigma & Lean Manufacturing from the University of Michigan. Rolf currently serves as Vice-Chair of the Facility Maintenance & Operations Committee of the National Institute of Building Sciences.