Faye
Park

Executive Vice President; President, PIRG

Started on staff: 1992
B.S., magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa, Williams College
As president of PIRG, Faye is a leading voice for consumer protection and public health in the United States. She has been quoted in major news outlets, including CBS News and the Washington Post, about issues ranging from getting toxic chemicals out of children’s products to protecting Americans from predatory lending practices. Faye also serves as the executive vice president for The Public Interest Network, which PIRG founded. Faye began her public interest career as a student volunteer with MASSPIRG Students at Williams College. After graduating in 1992, she began working with the Student PIRGs in California as a campus organizer and organizing director, working on campaigns to help students register to vote and to promote recycling. She lives in Denver with her family.

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Responding to the COVID crisis

COVID-19

Responding to the COVID crisis

U.S. PIRG and our sister 501(c)(3) group, U.S. PIRG Education Fund, have redirected our staff to respond to the novel coronavirus crisis.

Trump administration’s “Dirty Power Plan” promotes outdated fuel sources over Americans’ health

Trump administration’s “Dirty Power Plan” promotes outdated fuel sources over Americans’ health

Today, the Trump administration unveiled what critics are calling the “Dirty Power Plan,” which eliminates federal limits on planet-warming power plant pollution, ceding regulatory responsibility to the states, most of which have significantly less stringent policies. This shirking of federal responsibility will likely lead to increased air pollution, and more health issues for tens of millions of Americans.

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U.S.PIRG Statement on Government Shutdown

U.S.PIRG Statement on Government Shutdown

Our elected congressional representatives are letting partisan politics get in the way of their job: to fund the government. While gridlock engulfs Washington, our state and local governments have considerable authority to safeguard their residents' health, safety and quality of life.

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