Galey Alix

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  • Interior Designer and Viral Content Creator with 4.5M Followers
  • Founder and CEO, Galey Alix Design
  • Finance Executive, Goldman Sachs
  • Mental Health Advocate and Eating Disorder Survivor



Goldman Sachs finance executive, home renovation expert, and viral content creator Galey Alix has curated a unique approach to reinvention that is winning over audiences. After a tough life experience, Galey decided to take a hiatus from social media and prioritize her mental health and wellness. When she logged back on several months later, she discovered her home makeover videos had gone viral, and seized the opportunity to found Galey Alix Design. As the CEO of her own company and a finance executive at Goldman Sachs, Galey balances a leadership role at Goldman Sachs during the week, and surprises deserving families with weekend home renovations – which has earned her 4.5M followers online and an upcoming show on HGTV. Galey is in-demand for her insights about finding your purpose, balancing professional opportunities with personal goals, and building a values-based business.

Galey and her work have been featured in Forbes, Vogue, Cosmopolitan, and on the Rachael Ray Show, Tamron Hall Show, and many more. Beyond her wildly popular projects reinventing spaces, Galey is also an advocate for mental health and resilience, sharing her journey of overcoming an eating disorder and how she handles the cyberbullying she has faced as a viral content creator online. In powerful keynote speeches and conversations, Galey shares her message of the power of asking for help and the importance of prioritizing kindness no matter the obstacles you’re facing.

 

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A Sample of the Groups That Have Hosted Galey Alix
  • Goldman Sachs Headquarters Annual Professional Investor Forum
  • ESSEC International Business School
  • Boston College
  • University of Florida College of Design
  • Rachael Ray Show
  • Tamron Hall Show
  • Steve Harvey Show
Profile Interview - Homeowners Give This Designer Their Credit Cards + Homes For One Weekend—and She Transforms Them | Rachael Ray Show [3:00] - Get Sharable Link
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Finding Your Purpose and Persevering

Home renovation expert and viral content creator Galey Alix has no formal background in design, but when videos of her home makeover went viral, she seized the opportunity to embrace her passion and became the Founder and CEO of Galey Alix Designs. While balancing her weekday job as a finance execut ...

Home renovation expert and viral content creator Galey Alix has no formal background in design, but when videos of her home makeover went viral, she seized the opportunity to embrace her passion and became the Founder and CEO of Galey Alix Designs. While balancing her weekday job as a finance executive Galey has built an empire of her own – she shares her insights about persevering through obstacles to live a purpose-driven life.

Mental Health Resilience: Keep Asking for Help

Goldman Sachs finance executive and home renovation expert Galey Alix is also a vocal advocate for mental health. While experiencing hardship, she found she needed to be courageous and ask for help until she received the support she needed to prioritize her mental wellness. Galey shares her journey ...

Goldman Sachs finance executive and home renovation expert Galey Alix is also a vocal advocate for mental health. While experiencing hardship, she found she needed to be courageous and ask for help until she received the support she needed to prioritize her mental wellness. Galey shares her journey of overcoming an eating disorder and facing cyberbullying, and how she learned to decrease her stress, develop resilience, and focus on kindness when dealing with others.

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Galey Alix is an executive at Goldman Sachs based out of Florida. After a tough life experience, she quit social media for several months. When she felt mentally strong enough to log back in, she discovered old videos she had posted of her redoing her home had gone viral. Hundreds of strangers were privately messaging her asking for her to come fix their homes too. She seized the opportunity and began renovating. However, because of her day job, she has to fit all of her home renovations into a 72-hour-turnaround each weekend. She started documenting her projects on social media and now has 4.5 million collective followers.