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Alexa Nick, MBA ’95

Alexa Nick is a Managing Partner at Level5 Strategy, A leading strategy and transformation consulting firm that helps clients achieve profitable growth and a superior ROI by leveraging the power of their brand.

Prior to this, Nick advised Deloitte’s private client base on strategy, organization, transformation and operations. She has amassed over 25 years of experience, expertise and thought leadership in corporate and business unit strategy, mergers and acquisitions, organizational performance, enterprise transformation and learning and enablement. Nick also serves on a global level as Deloitte Private’s Chief Client Officer. Nick has established relationships within Financial Services, Professional Services, Telecommunications, B2B Corporations, Government, Automotive and Construction industries and works with Canadian and U.S.-based Fortune 500 companies.

Nick began her career as a management consultant, first with Braxton Associates and then with A.T. Kearney. In 2007, she pursued her goals of entrepreneurship by founding and launching myPractice, a virtual learning platform supporting global organizations. In 2010, she sold myPractice to BottomLine Group, where she continued as Partner. In 2017, BottomLine Group merged with Optimus|SBR, where Nick was a Partner and Practice Lead.

Nick remains connected to Western University through the Ivey Alumni Association, Ivey’s Women in Leadership and the LEADER Project. In addition, she is a member of MacKay CEO Forums, Women Get on Board, WINiT (Women in Travel) and Women in Capital Markets. She is dedicated to supporting underprivileged youth and access to education and volunteers for The Merit Award Bursary Program.

A Montreal native, Nick graduated from McGill with a BA in Economics before attending the Ivey Business School. She and her family enjoy outdoor activities including skiing, cycling, tennis, running, yoga, camping, canoeing and hiking.

Alexa Nick, MBA ’95

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Managing Partner, Level5 Strategy