Lexi leads and manages the implementation of the Regenerative Agriculture Programme across the matrix of agricultural production systems globally. This is primarily through partnering with members to develop implementation guidance and a global network of regenerative hubs and by demonstrating how value chains can collaborate to increase the regenerative capacity of farms.
Lexi most recently served as Programme Director for Field to Market: The Alliance for Sustainable Agriculture in the United States. In this role, Lexi led the development and implementation of the Continuous Improvement Accelerator which focused on supporting commodity crop farmers by measuring and incentivising continuous improvement. Prior to this role, Lexi supported business development and led environmental service support for Professional Development Services LLC. She also worked for the U.S. Department of Agriculture as a soil conservationist for over a decade, working directly with farmers to adopt conservation practices through agronomic and engineering support.
Lexi’s education includes a M.Sc. degree in Environmental Science and Engineering from Virginia Polytechnic University. She also holds a B.A. in Environmental Studies with minors in Leadership and Applied Mathematics. from Mary Baldwin University. During her time at Mary Baldwin University, she also received a Certificate in Leadership from the Virginia Women’s Institute for Leadership holding leadership roles and serving in the U.S. Army Reserve Officers Training Course.