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Cordray Edits His Own Profile in Wapo

Cordray Edits His Own Profile in Wapo

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Published by: Judicial Watch, Inc. on Jun 03, 2013
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From: Howard, Jennifer (CFPB)</o=ustreasury/ou=exchange administrative group(fydibohf23spdlt)/cn=recipients/cn=howardje>To: Brady Dennis <dennisb@washpost.com>Cc:Subject: RE: ClearedGreat. Nope, nothing.Jen HowardSenior SpokespersonConsumer Financial Protection Bureau Implementation TeamE: Jennifer.Howard@treasury.govO: 202-435-7454C:-----Original Message-----From: On Behalf Of Brady DennisSent: Tuesday, March 29, 2011 4:57 PMTo: Howard, Jennifer (CFPB)Subject: Re: ClearedOk, I think the small changes are okay by the editors, given they don'talter the meaning and that they were made by Rich. So we will go ahead asplanned. Thanks for getting all that cleared so quickly. Any luck on the banks' counter proposal on the mortgage stuff???On Tue, Mar 29, 2011 at 2:36 PM, <Jennifer.Howard@treasury.gov> wrote:> Sorry to take so long. The below quotes have been cleared, and all the> facts corrected.>>>> On taking the job:>> “It offered a possibility to continue to do some of the most important work> I felt I was doing as a state attorney general, and in many respects, on a> better footing, from a better foundation, with better tools, better > authority and on a 50-state basis.”>>>> On getting the call from Elizabeth about the CFPB job:>> "I just really hadn’t given much thought to anything yet, and here she was> recruiting me,” he said. “It was unexpected.”>Date: Tue Mar 29 2011 16:59:42 EDT Attachments:Bcc:
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>>> On the mixture of big picture/small detail stuff in his job -- i.e., he> talked about trying to form the broader mission of the enforcement division> while also evaluating IT systems:>> “It kind of goes in fits and starts,” Cordray said. “But you can see> progress ... Getting off to a good start with this bureau will set it on a> good footing for years to come.”>>>> Asked about his previous comments on future political aspirations:>> “Some day, if and when I’m no longer here, I will think about that again.> In the meantime, I’ve had to put that to the side and focus on my job here.> And I’m totally happy with that.”>>>>>> --Rich's age is 51.>>>> --Some other bio facts I wanted to check: BA from Michigan State> University, master’s in economics from Oxford University and law degree from> the University of Chicago; clerked for Supreme Court justice Anthony> Kennedy; had a five-day run as a Jeopardy champion in the late 1980s; served> one term in the Ohio House of Representatives, argued cases before the U.S.> Supreme Court as Ohio’s solicitor general and served stints as both a local> and state treasurer; won a special election to replace attorney general Marc> Dann in 2008.>>>> --He is staying with friends in DC and commuting home to Ohio most> Thursdays.>>>> --His wife is a law professor, and they have 12-year-old twins.>>>>>> Jen Howard>> Senior Spokesperson>> Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Implementation Team>> E: Jennifer.Howard@treasury.gov>
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> O: 202-435-7454>> C:>>>--Brady DennisThe Washington Postdennisb@washpost.com
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