Biography: William Fox is a United States Army Veteran and a Las Vegas native. He is a father of three daughters and fought aggressively for joint-physical and joint-legal custody, an outcome which wasn't made possible until he appealed to the Court of Appeals and had an erroneous order rendered by his family judge overturned. He served in the U.S. Army in a variety of roles, including the National Guard, the U.S. Army Reserve, and active duty deployment; a total of 15 years of military service. His education started in emergency management and he transitioned to the healthcare field as a Paramedic. After the attacks on 9/11 he was deployed with Special Operations and spent the following years serving with Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations at U.S. Army Special Operations Command managing deployments and mobilizations for troops in worldwide operations. He subsequently volunteered to become an Army Recruiter. He retired due to ongoing and aggravated injuries from his time with Special Operations. Since leaving military service, William has used his time to continue to serve the community by working with local politicians, including judicial campaigns. For the past several years, he sought to support Veterans and families, charities, and father’s rights groups.