An 18-year veteran of PS, Kendy Cox is a proven leader in the human services consulting field, having provided ground-up guidance to numerous governmental and community-based programs across the human services, health, corrections, faith, justice and education fields, and having managed large contracts for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the Oklahoma State Department of Human Services, and other national-scale projects. She has led training and technical assistance teams focused on both program and research implementation, regularly developing trainings and resources for a variety of audiences, including financially vulnerable and underserved populations. Cox is nationally known for her work in directing the nation’s longest-running statewide family-strengthening initiative, which provided state and national policy leadership around innovative strategies to improve family quality, increase family stability and reduce poverty. In addition to her expertise in building effective teams and training processes for states, communities and organizations, she regularly provides guidance in the areas of program development and oversight, public/private partnerships, curriculum adaptation and performance management. Cox received her bachelor’s degree in Communications from Oklahoma City University. Cox is responsible for overseeing PS’ portfolio of federal human services consulting projects, managing technical assistance and research teams across a range of policy areas, while also providing subject-matter expertise and leadership to this highly-sought aspect of PS’ business.