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Alexander Crutchfield is an American businessman, financier and investor.


He was born in Tucson Arizona, a fifth generation Arizonan. He earned a BA in African History, Economics and Accounting from Claremont McKenna Collegemarker as a Distinguished Scholar and recipient of the CMC Student Citizen Award. He earned an MBA in Finance and Accounting from Columbia University Graduate School of Business.


He founded with Maurice Strong, Robert O. Anderson, David R. Williams, Jr, and Samuel Belzberg and served as Vice Chairman of American Water Development Inc. (aka AWDI) the first large scale private water development project in the Western United States, which included on its board of directors William D. Ruckelshaus and Richard D. Lamm.

He also served as Vice Chairman of First Colorado Corporation, a private company which acquired and developed over of land and mineral rights in seven western states.

He also founded Oasis Partners, an investment and advisory firm. Oasis Partners originates, structures and invests in opportunities in real estate and private equity, focused on US and UK Real Estate, China and India.

He is an expert on Middle East Energy matters and is a frequent speaker and contributor on these issues, notably in Qatar.

Board Membership

He serves as an advisor or on the boards of numerous private companies and not for profit organizations including:

He is a member emeritus of the Advisory Board of the Center of the American West at the University of Colorado Boulder, of the Cisco Learning Institute, an affiliate of Cisco Systems, Inc., of the 114 Year old Arizona Club and of the Arizona Humanities Council.


He is among the youngest recipients ever of the City of Hope National Medial Center-an NCI Designated Cancer Center Spirit of Life Award, the highest philanthropic honor bestowed by the cancer research and treatment facility which recognizes outstanding business and philanthropic leadership.


Other sources

  • "Where in the World are We Going" by Maurice Strong.
  • "Crossing the Next Meridian" by Charles F. Wilkinson
  • "The Next West: Public Lands, Community and Economy in the American West" by John Baden
  • The Atlas of the New West by The Center of the American West

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