Cox Picks 2 VPs for VA

Cox logoCox Communications has recently named two market vice presidents for its operations in Virginia, J.D. Myers II and Kim Stanley.

Myers has been promoted to market vice president, northern Virginia operations. With more than 30 years of industry experience, he is responsible for Cox's day-to-day operations in northern Virginia leading 400 employees. The northern Virginia market represents 380,000 subscribers. Prior to his current role, Myers was a VP of Cox Business and led Cox's commercial business in northern Virginia.

Stanley has been promoted to market vice president, Roanoke operations. In her new role, she is responsible for Cox's day-to-day operations in the Roanoke Valley, leading 150 employees. The Roanoke market represents 111,000 subscribers. Stanley began her career with Cox in 2007. Most recently, she served as a VP of Cox Business for Virginia.

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