Kristin Fox

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Kristin Fox
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Occupation Founder and Principal
Employer FoxInspires LLC
Location Chicago
Twitter @Foxinspires
Website www.foxinspires.com
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Kristin Fox is a consultant and former journalist in the financial services industry. She is the founder and principal of FoxInspires LLC.

She also acts as a strategic consultant to CAIA.

Fox was part of the team at The Alpha Pages, LLC which acquired [[Futures Magazine and ResourceInvestor.com. She left at the end of 2013.

Background[edit]

Launched in 2008, FoxInspires provides access to intelligence and information that helps investors and managers understand each other better. The focus of the firm is helping hedge funds, Commodity Trading Advisors and other money managers to create information and marketing materials for their specific investing audience.

Fox worked as a journalist for over 20 years and served as vice president of news and research, and executive editor for HedgeWorld. HedgeWorld was purchased by Thomson Reuters in 2005, where she served as director, Hedge Fund News until 2008.

Prior to this, she worked at Crain’s Pensions & Investments and broke into this space with Hedge Fund Research, in Chicago.

She is also on the board of directors for the 100 Women In Hedge Funds Association.[1]

Education[edit]

Fox earned a bachelor's degree from North Park College in English Literature and Philosophy in 1984.

Five Minutes[edit]

References[edit]

  1. Kristin M Fox. 100 Women in Hedge Funds.

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