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PCOM Names Julie Fox to Boards of Trustees

January 7, 2020

Portrait photo of new PCOM Board of Trustees member Julie Fox.Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (PCOM) has named Julie Fox to its Boards of Trustees.

She is the Market Head of the Mid-Atlantic Private Wealth Market business for UBS, a global financial services firm.

“I am honored and excited to be a part of the PCOM community,” said Ms. Fox. “I am passionate about education and am look forward to being involved with an organization that has such deep roots in Philadelphia."

Ms. Fox has served UBS for more than 17 years, most recently as national sales manager. In that role she led sales strategy and direction of all field-facing resources both internally and externally to ensure consistency across the firm’s sales efforts. Ms. Fox was also instrumental in launching UBS’ Global Family Office Group, a unique offering in the industry serving the needs of both clients and their advisors.

Ms. Fox also has served her community in myriad ways, among them as a past board member for Futures and Options and JOIN Israel.

“Julie’s commitment to uplifting her community dovetails perfectly with PCOM’s mission, and her financial acumen will be a boon to the College as we continue to explore non-tuition based revenue streams,” said Jay S. Feldstein, DO ’81, president and CEO of PCOM. “We are delighted to welcome her to our Board.”

Ms. Fox earned her MBA from Fordham University in New York and her bachelor’s in international careers from Lehigh University.

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