People are the heart of any company, campus, culture, and community, and the only way to bring about real, active, and repeatable transformation is to enlist their energy as stakeholders in the process, the progress, and the ultimate success. As a 32-year, Tesla-driving vegetarian who runs 5Ks, cycles thousands of miles every year, and practices all forms of yoga, all while being committed to her community by serving and chairing local arts boards, and she inspires people to embody the changes they seek to achieve.
She is a dynamic speaker, dedicated mother, friend, and proud promoter of the philosophies and processes that she learned on the ground throughout her career. She has traveled all over the world (6 continents, 72 countries, and 47 states), worked with a Japanese Security Software firm as a C-level coach and interim Marketing VP, and run her own consulting firm providing business strategy, marketing, and executive coaching services to individuals, corporations, and non-profits. She has re-introduced many people to the personal and business value of building lives that matter, to them, helping them become active contributors, board members, citizens, and participants. Whether launching Verizon.net, introducing new programs at Cultural Tourism DC, or building an award-winning new theater in downtown DC, she is dedicated to her community and is honored to forever be a Ramblin’ Wreck from Georgia Tech!
- CEO Hack: De-cluttering and de-papered environment.
- CEO Nugget: Choose who you work with carefully
- CEO Defined: Get stuff done and connect that with the team
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Gresham Harkless 0:27
Hello, hello, hello, this is Gresh from the I AM CEO Podcast and I have a very special guest on the show today. I have Angela Fox with Fox Gloves and the founding CEO of Crystal City BID. Angela, it's awesome to have you on the show.
Angela Fox 0:38
Oh, it's so good to be here. Thank you.
Gresham Harkless 0:39
No problem. I'm great to have you here. And what I want to do is just read a little bit more about Angela, so you can hear about all the awesome things that she has been able to accomplish. And graduated from Georgia Tech in 1991. With the Highest Honors in Electrical Engineering, Angela Fox has been asked how she moved from such a technical education with early roles and corporate systems and strategy to a life where she is transforming companies and communities, building cultural facilities, and serving as a catalyst for change and a role model for impact and meaning in every area she touches. The answer is simple. At engineering school, she learns to solve problems the more complex the issue the more elegant the solution. She walked away with Co-Op students aware that there are many areas where a creative mind is key that modes are meant to be broken and that there is no situation that cannot be made better.
As the CEO of the Crystal City Business Improvement District (BID). She was asked to create an organization that would change the way people see perceive and experience Crystal City in a very short time and at a nationally recognized level she did just that, from a long-standing belief that the area was a concrete canyon that no one would visit without an appointment to the shortlist for Amazon's HQ2 as well as a winner of the International Downtown Association’s Pinnacle best in the business award because of her strategic implementation of competitive programs as well as her ability to engage and infuse energy into the community as a whole.
So whether launching Verizon.net introducing new programs that cultural tourism DC, or building an award-winning new theater in Downtown DC, she is dedicated to her community and is honored to be forever a rambling wreck from Georgia Tech. Angela, I appreciate having you on. Are you ready to speak to the I AM CEO community?