Dale LeFebvre

Founder and Chairman
3.5.7.11

Dale LeFebvre

Dale LeFebvre is the Founder and Chairman of 3.5.7.11, a controlled investment private equity firm. Since the firm’s founding in 2008, LeFebvre has raised more than $1 billion in institutional capital for businesses specializing in transportation, infrastructure, energy, financial services, and technology. As a controlling shareholder, LeFebvre serves as Executive Chairman in each portfolio company, providing strategic direction, management oversight, operational guidance, and financial​l structuring expertise.

Prior to the 3.5.7.11’s founding in 2008, LeFebvre was a managing partner and founder of AIC International Investments and prior to that a managing partner at Pharos Capital Group.  Earlier in his career, he gained strategic management experience working at several Wall Street merger and acquisition firms, beginning his career as an analyst at McKinsey & Company.  An avid inventor, LeFebvre personally holds over 50 international and domestic patents.

Philanthropically committed, LeFebvre currently serves on the Board of Trustees of the National Smithsonian Board, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and the American Association of Blacks in Energy.  Previously, he served on the boards of the Abraham Lincoln National Council of Ford's Theater Society, the President’s Advisory Committee on the Arts for the John F. Kennedy Center, The John F. Kennedy Center International Committee, Oxfam America, Pen/Faulkner Foundation, Phillips Museum, the University of the Virgin Islands Foundation, and the National Urban League.

LeFebvre holds a bachelor of science degree in Electrical Engineering from MIT, a master of business administration degree from Harvard Business School and a juris doctor degree from Harvard Law School.