Kelley Foxx is the proud husband of politician, Kim Foxx –who currently serves as Cook County State’s Attorney.
Kelley’s wife is the first African-American woman to serve as Cook County state’s attorney in Chicago – the second largest prosecutor’s office in the country.
Prior to taking office in 2016, she served as Chief of Staff for the Cook County Board President. She also served as an Assistant State’s Attorney for 12 years, and was also a guardian ad litem, where she worked as an attorney advocating for children navigating the child welfare system.
Born in April of 1972; the Chicago native graduated from Southern Illinois University, where she earned a B.A. in Political Science and a J.D. from the SIU School of Law.
She and husband Kelley Foxx, have been married for close to 20-years. The couple met while attending SIU in 1996.
Kelley Foxx and Kim became husband and wife in 2001. Since then, the two have welcomed two children together, daughters Kendall and Kai. In addition the couple also assumed guardianship of two sisters, Sydney and Savannah Abajian.
Kelley Foxx is a nonprofit manager, he works for World Business Chicago (WBC) and also has a spot on the board. According to his profile his official titles is, Anchor Relationship Manager.
According to his LinkedIn, Kelley’s ‘experience spans over two decades of relationship building with internal and external partners, development of risk mitigation strategies and stakeholder engagement.’
He holds a B.A., Radio & Television from Southern Illinois University, Carbondale; and an MBA from the University of Phoenix. Prior to WBC, Kelley Foxx worked at Taygo.Com, Inc.; SUA Insurance Company and The Horton Group –where he served as sales executive-public entity & nonprofit Division-Risk Advisory Solutions.
His profile also highlights that Kelley, has extensive civic ties and volunteers his time with several community organizations.