Welcome to the Club, Elizabeth Warren!
We knew there was another reason why we liked her.
Before Elizabeth Warren was a potential nominee to run the new Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection, she once wore a lesser-known hat: blogger.Sadly we couldn't find any LOL-worthy Photoshop nor F-bombs but like her none-the-less. If that whole oversight thing doesn't work out, maybe she'd be up for a guest post? That includes anonymous Timmy-bashing. Hit me up, girl, I'll hook it up.
The Harvard Law School professor was one of the founding writers of CreditSlips, a blog that’s “a discussion on credit, finance and bankruptcy.” Her posts ended shortly after she headed to Washington in the fall of 2008 to head the Congressional Oversight Panel, monitoring TARP.
Law and bankruptcy scholars, as well as lay consumer finance junkies make up the blog’s core audience, which serves as a digital water cooler for Warren and her colleagues.