Wexler heads up VOX’s Financial Services Public Affairs Practice, where her team manages clients in retail banking, electronic payments, data security, mortgage lending, retail foreign exchange, and insurance. She manages all public affairs and communications for the Electronic Payments Coalition, a group of major card issuers, payment networks, and small financial institutions advocating for fair laws that will maintain the strength and growth of the global electronic payments system.
Wexler has worked on some of the financial services industry’s most important public policy battles since 1996 as part of Powell Tate’s financial services practice. Wexler managed coalition communications for issues such as bankruptcy reform, securities litigation reform, the Fair Credit Reporting Act, nonprofit credit counseling oversight, financial literacy, and auto financing litigation.
Before joining VOX, Wexler launched Wexler Communications, Inc., in 2003, where she continued to provide strategic communications counsel to large advocacy coalitions facing legislative, regulatory and litigation challenges. She also helped a number of clients navigate crises, protect and enhance reputations, and grow their business.
Wexler also serves on the Board of Trustees for InCharge Debt Solutions, one of the nation’s largest nonprofit credit and housing counseling agencies. InCharge provides counseling, education, and debt relief to financially distressed individuals, and works to bring financial success to their lives.
Wexler began her career in the financial services industry – first working in the mortgage department at Shadow Lawn Savings and Loan in Long Branch, New Jersey, and later as an actuarial assistant at Prudential Property and Casualty Insurance in Holmdel, New Jersey.
She lived in Japan in the early 1990’s, where she taught English to local businessmen and Japanese to American exchange students. Wexler has a Bachelor’s degree from University of Richmond in International Studies, concentrating in Social and Economic Systems. She lives in South Riding, Virginia with her husband, Ron, and their two young boys, Alec and Caleb.