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What brought you to CPSC?

As a former D.C. Police Detective, protecting citizens was my passion, and becoming a Compliance Officer at CPSC was a good fit to continue my career.

What do you like most about working in product safety?

Seeing the end results and ensuring that consumers are safe.

What inspires you in your professional career?

The ability to solve consumer problems and make a difference inspires me.

Who has inspired you the most throughout your life?

My parents (…)

Read More Feb 27

What brought you to CPSC?

I had been working as a Legal Editor and Legal Reporter for about 15 years before applying to CPSC. My work as an attorney involved the area of toxic torts. My first attempt at seeking employment at CPSC occurred in the mid-1990s. I came close to getting what was posted as a part-time, shared position. However, after a couple of interviews, I did not make the cut. Subsequently, in 2010, a friend who worked for former Chairman Inez Tenenbaum told me about an opportunity (…)

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What brought you to CPSC?

As a journalist, I was very much aware of the good and important work that was being done by CPSC. On numerous occasions I would either be on the receiving end of a phone call from CPSC telling me about a major recall coming up, or I would be the one calling CPSC’s media office seeking answers about a dangerous product. “Why isn’t this product being recalled?” I would inquire. I always had a passion for consumer news and was one of a few in the newsroom who (…)

Read More Feb 27

Taking a four wheeler out for a spin is a recreational activity that many riding enthusiasts participate in all year long. Yet, riding an all-terrain vehicle (ATV) continues to be a dangerous and deadly activity when certain safety precautions are not followed. Deaths and injuries resulting from ATV incidents have ticked down in recent years, although the stats are still deeply concerning to CPSC. There are about 650 deaths and 100,000 injuries every year involving ATVs, according to our 2015 (…)

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