Carol Fox, ARM, Vice President, Strategic Initiatives, joined the staff of RIMS, the risk management society in 2010. Carol spearheads RIMS emphasis on applied risk management practices by distinguishing RIMS approaches to enterprise and strategic risk management as organizational disciplines, by influencing risk management standards and practices, and by contributing to the advancement of risk management as a profession. In 2016, she began leading RIMS global development and content programming. A Miami University graduate, she has held progressively responsible risk management positions in the customer care, telecommunications, manufacturing, defense and insurance industries, at the same time serving as an active RIMS member and volunteer. Carol served as the chair of the U.S. ISO 31000 Technical Advisory Group on risk management standards from 2015 to 2018, was a participant on the COSO ERM Advisory Council for the 2017 revision, and serves on the Advisory Board for Miami University Isaac and Oxley Center for Business Leadership in the Farmer Business School. Known for her risk management experience and writing, she received RIMS prestigious Harry and Dorothy Goodell Award in 2009. In 2011, Treasury and Risk named her as one of the 100 Most Influential People in Finance.