As CFO, Alek Orloff manages Alpine’s finances and capital structure, contributing to Alpine’s ability to maintain a compound annual revenue growth rate in excess of 35% since he joined the firm. He also oversees accounting, tax, insurance, environmental compliance, HR, legal, and information system functions for the company.
He is in constant communication with stakeholders regarding their investment in Alpine and oversees all management and financial reporting. As a member of Alpine’s Board of Directors, he collaborates in setting corporate strategy and ensuring that capital is available for its execution.
Orloff was selected in 2009 as one of the Denver Business Journal’s “Forty Under 40,” a list honoring 40 Denver business leaders under the age of 40. In 2008, he was recognized by the Denver Business Journal as one of Denver’s “Outstanding CFOs.”
Alek was appointed to serve on the Assistance Committee for the Pollution Prevention Advisory Board within the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. The committee oversees grants in connection with a recycling resource fund established by the Colorado Legislature in 2007. Alek also served on the Colorado Solid and Hazardous Waste Commission for two consecutive terms, ending in 2014. He was elected vice chair of that commission in 2013.
Prior to Alpine, Alek worked as a consultant for Deloitte & Touche, LLP in Dallas where he specialized in financial modeling, emergency cash management, and mergers and acquisitions for over a dozen companies in the US and in Europe. He also worked in real estate development for The Festival Companies in southern California.
Originally from Portland, Oregon, he graduated with honors from the UCLA Anderson School of Management in Los Angeles with a Master of Business Administration degree, where he received the John E. Anderson Fellowship and served as a Teaching Assistant in Management Communications. He completed his undergraduate studies with a Bachelor of Arts degree from Colorado College, graduating magna cum laude. In 2010, Alek was elected to the Board of Directors of the Adams 14 Education Foundation, where he now serves on its Executive Committee. In 2011, he was elected to the Board of Directors of the Colorado Rocky Mountain Chapter of the Solid Waste Association of North America, where he serves as its Vice President. He is married with three children.