J.D., Boston University School of Law

• M.S. in Chemistry, Boston College

• S.B. in Economics, with a minor in Russian Language, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Ms. Fox draws on her significant experience in the federal policy arena to develop, advocate, and negotiate policy solutions for clients.  She brings her many years of experience as a senior Congressional staffer, private consultant, attorney, and scientist to her clients. Her understanding of how to navigate the complex Washington, DC landscape allows her to develop and advance clients' policy goals with practical and valuable advice.


Ms. Fox began her career with federal policy as a staffer on the US Senate Committee on Budget. She continued in the Senate with a position on the US Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry (the Committee). Her tenure on the Committee commenced as a prestigious American Association for the Advancement of Science Congressional Science Fellow.  A few months into the fellowship, Ms. Fox became a permanent staff member, advancing to Deputy Staff Director of the Committee. After leaving the Senate and then working as an independent consultant, she joined the MIT DC Office. Since 2010, Ms. Fox has run Fox Strategy Group assisting clients as they achieve their federal policy objectives. 

Ms. Fox earned her J.D from Boston University, Master's in Chemistry from Boston College, and Bachelor in Science in Economics from MIT. She is an avid nature and animal lover.  Ms. Fox has worked with many animal advocacy organizations and serves on the Advisory Board for PetConnect Rescue. She has her certification as a PADI Diver Master and enjoys spending time with her dog, four cats, and two rabbits.

Managed meetings and events for clients with President Obama,Members of Congress, and Department Secretaries.

Led strategy and outreach efforts in DC for the release and dissemination for three major reports produced by the American Academy of Arts & Sciences.

Advised and collaborated with National Wildlife Federation staff to draft and develop legislation for a sustainable bio-energy program, with a version enacted into law as the Biomass Crop Assistance Program (as part of the 2008 Farm Bill).

Witness, Hearing, Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry, “The New Federal Farm Bill,” August 13, 2001, Frankenmuth, Michigan.

Witness, Hearing, Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry, “The New Federal Farm Bill,” August 13, 2001, Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Panelist, “The View from Capitol Hill.” The Conservation Reserve Program: Planting for the Future. National Conference, Fort Collins, Colorado, June 6-9, 2004, Symposium Sponsored by the Farm Service Agency and the US Geological Survey

Pheasants Forever Conservation Service Award (2002).