Bruce D. Alexander

Vice President for New Haven & State Affairs & Campus Development

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Bruce Alexander, a Yale College alumnus and the University's first vice president and director of New Haven and State Affairs, is a former senior vice president of the Rouse Company. As director of the commercial development division he was responsible for the development of all of Rouse's commercial and mixed-use projects throughout the United States including Baltimore's Harborplace, South Street Seaport, Miami's Bayside, St. Louis Union Station, New Orleans Riverwalk, Seattle's Westlake Center and Portland's Pioneer Place. He is a member of the Urban Land Institute and the International Conference of Shopping Centers, as well as a current or past director of Science Park, the New Haven Development Commission, Market New Haven, the Community Foundation for Greater New Haven, and Connecticut Public Broadcasting. 


  • JD, Duke University