2024-06-13 7:21 AM

Cox Va. Names Falk Interim Market Vice President

(Cox Communications Virginia)
(Photo: Courtesy of Cox Communications Virginia)

Cox Communications announced yesterday that McLean native Kathleen Falk, who was previously serving as Cox Communications Virginia vice president of Public and Government Affairs, is expanding her role to also serve as the company’s interim market vice president for it’s Northern Virginia operations.

The company’s Northern Virginia operations includes Fairfax County, Fairfax City, Falls Church City, Vienna, Herndon, Clifton, Fredericksburg, and Stafford and Spotsylvania counties. Falk joined Cox Communications in 2002 as vice president of government affairs in Cox’s Northern Virginia operation. In 2011, she moved into her current role as vice president of public and government affairs for all of Virginia, which also includes the Hampton Roads and Roanoke markets.

Falk is a graduate of Langley High School in McLean and earned her undergraduate degree from Randolph-Macon College. “Kathryn is a vibrant and engaging leader who is well known by employees and within the community,” said J.D. Myers, II, senior vice president and region manager for Cox Communications Virginia, in a press release from the company.

“Her commitment and deep knowledge of the Northern Virginia market will enable Cox Virginia to continue its strong focus on caring for employees, delivering superior customer service experiences and maintaining strong community relationships.”





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