Started on staff: 2017
B.S., Cornell University; M.B.A., Emory University
Mark leads The Public Interest Network’s national communications and media relations campaigns. Before joining The Public Interest Network, Mark worked at CNN for nearly 20 years, and taught writing classes for six years through the Turner Professional Development Center. Mark was the recipient of an Emmy Award, two Peabody Awards and a DuPont Award. Mark currently lives near Denver, Colo., with his wife and three children. He’s also a music fanatic who’s been lucky enough to interview many of his favorite artists.
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Posts by Mark Morgenstein
Costco makes new commitments to reduce plastic use
Costco Wholesale has committed to increasing its transparency about its plastic use and developing a 5-year action plan to reduce the amount of plastic it uses.
Statement: California governor signs Right to Repair Act
On Oct. 10, California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed the Right to Repair Act (SB244), which will significantly expand consumers’ and independent repair shops' access to materials and information needed to fix electronics and appliances.
STATEMENT: California Assembly passes Right to Repair bill
Advocates describe the bill, endorsed by Apple, 'the strongest consumer right to repair yet'
RELEASE: After years of opposition, Apple calls for passage of Right to Repair in California
Tech company corrects course, now supports repair state legislation