Alexander Holt

Alexander Holt is a fifth generation investor and Drexel University graduate with a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering, and minors in Materials Science & Entrepreneurship. An innovative big picture thinker who embraces detail-oriented process execution. After working in the fields of Pharmaceutical Validation and Process engineering, and Plant Design, Alexander dove into 3D-Printing Manufacturing as an Industrial Engineer. Leveraging experience gained by working on cross-functional production and communication teams, Alexander initiated, developed and standardized a Total Preventative Maintenance (TPM) program for Shapeways optimizing machine and production efficiencies across independent departments. ‍ After seizing an entrepreneurial opportunity in the 3D printing world, Alexander founded Limitless Exponential Technologies to provide himself (and others) with a basis for investment in emerging technologies. ‍ In 2017, successful investments in the med-tech/pharma world led Alexander to launch Limitless Ventures beginning with Recovery Fund One––whose mission is to provide long term recovery solutions for those impacted by the addiction epidemic by combining venture and philanthropic capital through multi-disciplinary solutions. Those solutions and services will integrate technology, data, and personal experiences. Alex and his team are working to help addicts recover faster, easier and with more certainty than ever before.

Describe the Impact of a Project you’re focused on.

Help people recover from cognitive behavioral health challenges, i.e. depression, anxiety, PTSD, substance use disorder, alcohol etc.

What results do you hope for when the impact is amplified?

By creating continuous feedback loops we allow people to auto-propogate. Over time, as we become more aware of ourselves and our surroundings automatically reintegrate and become more valuable to themselves and society.

What do you have to offer as a connector? What can you give as expertise to others?

A global recovery network. Do you know someone who is suffering and you wish you could help them help themselves?