Consumer advocate, blogger at WheresOurMoney.org and founder of Consumer Watchdog
As the founder of <a href="http://www.consumerwatchdog.org/" target="_hplink">Consumer Watchdog</a>, Harvey Rosenfield is one of the nation's foremost consumer advocates. He also blogs about the financial crisis at <a href="http://www.WheresOurMoney.org" target="_hplink">WheresOurMoney.org</a>.<br />
Trained as a public interest lawyer, Rosenfield authored Proposition 103 and organized the campaign that led to its passage by California voters in 1988 despite over $80 million spent in opposition (still a record).<br />
He has co-authored groundbreaking initiatives on HMO reform and utility rate deregulation (Proposition 9, 1998). Rosenfield is the author of the book <a href="http://essential-book.org/books/silent/" target="_hplink">Silent Violence, Silent Death: The Hidden Epidemic of Medical Malpractice</a>. (Essential Books, 1994).<br />
Rosenfield, who established Consumer Watchdog in 1985, has worked for the Federal Trade Commission, the U.S. Congress, in private practice, as a staff attorney for Ralph Nader's Public Citizen Congress Watch and as the Program Director for the California Public Interest Research Group (CalPIRG).<br />
Rosenfield graduated magna cum laude from Amherst College and obtained a joint Law and Masters degree in Foreign Service from Georgetown University.