Virginia Cox has led numerous nationwide, strategic communications initiatives and developed award-winning public health campaigns. During the 1990s, Cox served as special assistant to the HHS Secretary and as the FDA Commissioner's director of outreach and strategic initiatives. Later, she was senior vice president for communications and strategic initiatives at the Consumer Healthcare Products Association, and was a senior partner in a San Francisco-based management consulting firm.
Cox has also held senior positions in major state-wide and national presidential campaigns, and wrote the chapter titled "Food and Drug Administration: Protecting Public Health Through Science" in Change for America, a book prepared for President Obama's transition to the White House. A graduate of the University of California, Los Angeles, Cox also received her law degree from the Georgetown University School of Law. She is a member of the Maryland Bar.
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3D Communications, http://www.3dcommunications.us, has been preeminent in preparing individuals and teams for high-stakes scientific, regulatory, business, and media communications, including unparalleled experience in FDA advisory committee meeting preparation, for more than 20 years. Its team of seasoned communications consultants and scientific experts employ the firm's proprietary 3D A-C-T® (Analysis – Content Development – Testing) communication model to ensure its clients are prepared to deliver messages aligned with their strategic goals that consistently achieve positive impacts on their intended audiences.
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