Kristopher LeCorgne is the Grants Manager for the Bezos Earth Fund. He manages and executes projects in support of the grants management functions of the organization.
Before joining the Bezos Earth Fund, LeCorgne worked with several philanthropic and nonprofit organizations including the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, Fluxx Labs, the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, the New World Symphony, the Technology Foundation for the Americas (eMerge Americas), and the Sewanee Summer Music Festival. In these positions, he led and executed special projects in strategic marketing, grants management, technological innovation, digital analytics, and arts administration and grantmaking.
LeCorgne studied flute performance at Rollins College and earned a Bachelor of Liberal Arts in music. He also earned a Master of Business Administration from the Crummer Graduate School of Business at Rollins, dually specializing in Marketing and Management. He has also completed two Certifications in Web Development at the Wyncode Academy, and is a Grow with Google Challenge Scholarship winner.
A native of Miami, LeCorgne has lived in cities across the United States, including Atlanta, Seattle, Chicago, San Francisco, Sewanee, TN, and Orlando, FL. He holds dual citizenship in the United States of America and the United Kingdom. He serves on the board for the Technology Association for Grantmakers and has participated on the Membership Committee and mentored through the Emerging Leaders Initiative.