Alisa Amarosa Wood (New York) joined KKR in 2003 and is a Partner in the firm’s Private Equity business. Since 2022, she assumed leadership roles of KKR’s two private equity vehicles customized for eligible individuals serving as Co-Chief Executive Officer of KKR Private Equity Conglomerate LLC and as a member of the investment committee for the KKR Private Markets Equity Fund. Previously, she was the Global Head of the Private Markets and Real Assets Strategies Group and looked after key product areas including private equity, infrastructure, energy real assets, impact, growth equity, and customized products. She sits on a number of the firm's management and leadership committees, including the Risk & Operating Committee, New Business Investment Committee, Democratized Private Equity Investment Committee, ESG Committee and Geopolitical Governance Committee. Over her two decades at KKR, she has been actively involved in the firm's global capital formation and business development efforts, including the creation of new strategies, new products and strategic initiatives across the KKR platform. She also previously sat on the firm's Global Inclusion and Diversity Advisory Committee. Prior to joining KKR, Ms. Wood was with Deutsche Bank's private equity group. She holds a B.A. from Columbia College and an M.B.A from Columbia Graduate School of Business. Ms. Wood is currently Vice Chair of the Columbia College Board of Visitors, Vice Chair of the Convent of the Sacred Heart Board of Trustees and Vice Chair of the Board of Trustees of the Public Theater. She also sits on the Columbia Business School Private Equity Board and the Private Equity Women’s Investor Network Board. She was awarded the John Jay prize by Columbia University in 2019 and was named by the Wall Street Journal as one of the "Women to Watch" in 2020 and by Private Equity International as one of the “Women of Influence in Private Equity” in 2022.