Susan K. Weinstock
Susan K. Weinstock directs Pew’s consumer banking initiative, which advocates for policies that protect American consumers and their money.
As the lead on Pew’s efforts to improve the safety and transparency of consumer banking products, Weinstock directs a team of researchers who identify current practices and consumer needs to inform policy solutions.
Previously, Weinstock was the financial reform campaign director at the Consumer Federation of America (CFA), leading media, coalition, public education, and grassroots efforts to promote consumer financial protection. She has more than 20 years of advocacy, communications, research, grassroots, and legislative experience protecting consumers. Prior to joining CFA in 2009, Weinstock worked in a number of different positions at AARP. She directed many successful state-level advocacy campaigns throughout the country, saving consumers billions of dollars on their telephone and utility bills and pushing for the enactment of consumer protections and reliability requirements. She also managed federal communications activities on financial security issues, including message development and the creation and execution of integrated public awareness campaigns.
Weinstock has a bachelor’s degree in government from Clark University and a master’s degree in education from Marymount University.
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Washington—The Pew Charitable Trusts released a report today examining mobile remote deposit capture (mRDC), a key feature of mobile banking that is gaining popularity among banks, prepaid card companies, and consumers. Read More
This report examines how financial institutions present mobile remote deposit capture (mRDC) to their customers. Read More
The Pew Charitable Trusts today commended the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau for putting forward proposed rules that will make general purpose reloadable (GPR) prepaid cards safer and more transparent. Read More