K.C. Fox is a 24-year-veteran of the American Broadcast Industry; an American Media Professional, TV and Film Executive Producer a maven and a subject matter expert in the industry.
Atlanta’s Women of Wealth and Men’s Quarterly Magazine honored Ms. Fox in 2019 with an Economic Influencer award amongst at least 20 other young minority millionaires. K.C. has been featured in several publications notably for her leadership and barrier breaker accomplishments. In 2018 she received the Minority Business Leader Award from the Dallas Business Journal for her contributions to the TV industry. She was also recognized in the Jan edition of Essence “Everyone Who Gave Us Life”, Recipient of The Dallas Business Journal Minority Business Leader award and “Who’s Who in Black Dallas” 4th edition. KC has also gained national notoriety as one of the founders and only female of The Black Cross disaster relief organization. She was featured on platforms such as MSNBC for her work and leadership as a black woman during Hurricane Harvey working alongside activist such as Lee Merritt and Shaun King.
In 2014 she was named “One of Dallas Most influential Women” by the Steed Society and Rolling out Magazine. In 2015, she was awarded the Woman of Excellence Award by Women of Distinction national publication. In 2016 she was named “The Best of the Best in Television Media” by The Examiner.
Prior to starting an enterprise of businesses, she worked for Tribune Media, where she held the title Director of Broadcasting Technology, On- Air Operations as well as the EP of an all minority reality morning show. Tribune is one of the country’s largest media outlets owning 42 television stations to include the WGN superstation. K.C. has been noted as the only female as well as one the youngest to hold this title making it even more notable owning it in the fifth largest market in the country.
She is a founding member of Sisters of the Movement, a member of the National Association of Black Journalist, Women in Media, and a member of the National Council of Negro Women. She is also a member of One Billion Rising, The Golden Circle, and Second VP of the NAACP- Dallas where she oversees the political action, legal redress, communications and health committees. Lastly, KC is a member of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women where she chairs The Civil Rights and Citizens training committees.
In Addition, KC works as a media and crisis communication consultant for several professional NBA and NFL athletes. She is also the strategic mind and crisis manager behind some of the biggest names and cases in the civil and women’s rights arena such as cases against R Kelly and Usher Raymond. Her passion for helping others gave birth to her flagship “Lady General Camp” a female leadership camp for girls 9-17.
A strong and empowered woman, KC served 9 years in the United States Air Force, where she honorably completed a tour to Northern Iraq in support of Operation Iraq and Enduring Freedom. She served as the primary training combat communications Sergeant for the 506 Expeditionary Security Forces Squadron, worked as the primary Assistant to the Battle Captain in combat operations and served as the Base Defense Operating Center Air Force/ Army Liaison to the Joint tactical Operation Center for the entry control point sector. KC worked as a Primary Security Forces instructor at Ft Wolters Regional Training Center where she was named “Top Instructor” several times and was adored by her students and superiors.
Some of K.C.’s most notable accolades include the Air Force Achievement Medal, General Petraeus Coin Recipient, General Forsyth Outstanding Airman Award, two- time Airman of the Year Nominee, 506th Air Expeditionary Group Top Airman Combat Zone, 322nd Air Expeditionary Wing Airman of the Month Combat Zone and three-time Top Instructor award recipient
KC’s favorite quotes: “Never be afraid or ashamed to be EXTRAordinary”
“Lead from the front”
KC is currently seeking graduate credentials at Harvard University in strategic management while currently holding degrees in Journalism, Emergency Management, Non-profit Management, film, telecommunications, radio, broadcasting, real estate, and criminal justice.