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Keith L. Fox
McGraw Hill Construction
Keith Fox was named president of McGraw Hill Construction in March of 2010. Keith leads an organization dedicated to serving design and construction professionals, government agencies, industry associations and adjacent market professionals, through its unique portfolio of business data and intelligence, and media offerings.
Under Keith’s leadership, McGraw Hill Construction’s portfolio including Dodge, Sweets, Architectural Record, and Engineering News-Record, has shown improved performance and has broken new ground by transitioning from a data provider to business intelligence powerhouse. Over the past 12 months, the organization has launched business intelligence platforms, such as SpecShare®, BuildShare® and MarketShareTM to help customers analyze and size their markets, target and build relationships, gain competitive insights and win more business. The organization has also accelerated its digital footprint across its media portfolio, releasing a series of digital innovations and establishing its already robust audience in print with an even greater audience on its websites and on social media platforms.
Keith served as president of BusinessWeek from May 2007 until December 2009, when it was sold to Bloomberg. Through his work in several businesses within McGraw Hill Financial, he has a proven track record in driving innovation. BusinessWeek expanded its global audience and accelerated its digital footprint through product launches and offerings under his leadership. He also spearheaded the integration of the sales and editorial functions to evolve the organization from its print heritage to a strong digital future. Prior to leading BusinessWeek, Keith was president of McGraw Hill Professional Books. He joined the company in 2000 as senior vice president of marketing and business development for BusinessWeek. Prior to this, Keith was vice president of new media at Reader’s Digest. He has also held senior positions at Unilever and Booz Allen Hamilton.
Keith holds a Bachelor’s degree in American History from Brown University and an M.B.A. in Marketing from Columbia Business School.