Stacy Fox is a founder and principal of the Roxbury Group, and has been instrumental in the efforts to revitalize downtown Detroit. In addition to Roxbury's development activities, Stacy was appointed by Governor Rick Snyder in 2013 to serve as Deputy Emergency Manager of the City of Detroit, where she played a key role in guiding the City through the largest municipal bankruptcy in US history. She served as a member of the executive committee of Downtown Detroit Partnership for more than ten years and was the founding chair of its Stakeholders Committee. She is the founder and donor advisor of the Detroit of Tomorrow Fund (formerly Collins & Aikman Foundation), a 501c3 foundation dedicated to initiatives that benefit the City, its residents and visitors. Ms. Fox was also a gubernatorial appointee to the board of directors of Michigan Fast Track Land Bank Authority and served as it initial chairperson. In 2016, she was recognized by Crain's as one of Michigan's 100 most influential women and is a past recipient of Automotive News 100 leading women in the automotive industry award. Stacy has 30 years experience as a corporate and restructuring attorney and executive advisor to CEO's and boards of directors. Most recently, she was General Counsel of DowDupont Corporation. Prior to her role at DowDuPont and since 2000, Stacy has served as the top legal officer for three other Fortune 100 companies. She graduated from the University of Michigan Law School and also received a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Michigan.