Lola C. Fox

Lola Fox is a senior special agent with the United States Postal Service Office of Inspector General.  She started her special agent career in 2005 with the Internal Revenue Service-Criminal Division where she conducted tax evasion, money laundering and narcotics investigations.  Prior to her time with the federal government, Ms. Fox conducted investigations into Blue Sky law (Securities) violations on behalf of the State of New Jersey.  She learned about securities while employed by Credit Suisse, Chase Mellon, and Solomon Smith Barney where she helped to write publications for traders and investors, demutualized insurance companies including MetLife, and evaluate risk and rate of returns for high net worth clientele.

Ms. Fox is also a practicing attorney who received her juris doctorate from Seton Hall University. She uses her legal experience to assist her work as the Governance Committee Co-Chair and Trustee for The Foundation for Manalapan Englishtown Regional School District.  

Ms. Fox is proficient in French, Italian, Arabic, and Spanish.  She has used her language skills to assist victims, prosecutors, and law enforcement with interviews, undercover operations, and depositions conducted in these languages both in the US and abroad.

Ms Fox is married and a proud parent of two children.  She enjoys reading, teaching and spending time with her family and their dog Jax.