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Fox, Anita (O)Insurance and Financial Services
Anita Fox was named Director of the Department of Insurance and Financial Services effective Jan. 14, 2019 by Gov. Gretchen WHITMER.
For three decades, Fix managed complex litigation in federal and state courts in Michigan and natiowide with cases in more than 20 states.
Prior to her appointment, Fox was a shareholder with the law firm FraserTrebilcock.
Her professional experience included serving as an appointed special assistant attorney general to represent Michigan's Insurance Commission in a 2010 suit brought by the Attorney General.
She served as vice president of the Children's Trust Fund, a post she was appointed to by former Gov. Jennifer GRANHOLM.
Director Fox is a graduate of the University of Michigan Law School, and obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree from Kalamazoo College in Spanish and Political Science.
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