George Thomas Cox
Founder and Senior Director
Please meet George. He was the first vice president with a major national financial services firm and has studied the life and time of Alexander Hamilton for over 17 years.
Mr. Cox is a 1966 graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point, New York and has received two masters degrees: in physics from the University of Washington (1974); and management from MIT’s Sloan School of Management (1976). Prior to assuming his current responsibilities, he served with the U.S. Army in Germany and Vietnam. In Vietnam he received two bronze star medals for achievement. After completion of his advanced degrees, he worked for Boeing Commercial Airline Company as a market analyst, and later with the international consulting firm Booz, Allen and Hamilton.
Professionally, Mr. Cox is a wealth management director and portfolio manager, certified private wealth adviser, certified financial planner (CFP), certified investment management analyst (CIMA) and a certified advisory to philanthropy (CAP) at Morgan Stanley and Co. He has held board-level positions on several non-profit organizations in the Seattle area and formerly was a member of the Coca Cola Scholars National Selection Board and 2014 received national recognition by Invest In Others for his work at Alexander Hamilton Scholars. He is active with the New-York Historical Society, consults and volunteers at Manhattan’s Hunter Science High School and is a member of the Seattle Rotary Club. He and his wife, Carolyn, make their home in Woodway (Edmonds), Washington, and have four grown children and four grandchildren. His hobbies include hiking, mushroom hunting, old books and antique cars.