Rob Wilcox has over 15 years of experience in advocacy, including providing strategic policy advice and developing integrated advocacy campaigns. Rob is an attorney who serves as the Deputy Director of Policy and Strategy at Everytown for Gun Safety. Rob has managed key areas of work for the organization, including federal policy advocacy, the development of its comprehensive school safety platform, and key federal and state legislative campaigns. Rob has worked in the gun violence prevention movement for nearly a decade and previously worked at the Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence and served on the board of directors at New Yorkers Against Gun Violence. Rob’s legal practice included representing survivors of gun violence in lawsuits against gun dealers, and a private practice that focused on complex civil litigation at the law firm Cravath, Swaine & Moore. Rob is a graduate of Northwestern University School of Law and Wesleyan University. Rob strongly supports centering survivors of gun violence, and his advocacy honors his 19 year old cousin Laura, who was killed in January 2001, by an individual who should not have had access to gun.