Elizabeth Ann Warren (born June 22, 1949, in Oklahoma City, age 69) is a scientist and politician from the United States. She is a member of the Democratic Party and a US senator from Massachusetts. Warren is a former law professor who has taught at the University of Texas, the University of Pennsylvania and most recently at Harvard University. She is a prominent scholar specializing in bankruptcy law. Warren is one of the most cited in business law prior to his political career.
In 1978, Warren divorced her first husband. In the year following the split, he began investigating the economic pressures on the American middle class, particularly with regard to the 1978 Congress passed bill, which made it easier for companies and individuals to file for bankruptcy. Warren decided to find out why Americans lost their jobs, lost their jobs, and lost their savings. Since then, Warren will focus on bankruptcy and commercial law – especially affected companies and the poor.
On September 17, 2010, President Barack Obama was appointed as Assistant to Elizabeth Warren, President and Special Adviser to the Minister of Finance of the Bureau of Consumer Protection. In her role, she helped design the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau as part of Dodd-Frank’s financial reform laws. The main objective of the CFPB is to prevent police and consumer credit from taking out risk loans. However, because of Republican opposition, Warren was not selected as head of the agency and resigned in August 2011.
Born: June 22, 1949 (age 69 years), Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA
Current position: Senator of the United States since 2013
Couple: Bruce H. Mann (* 1980), Jim Warren (born 1968-1978)
Child: Amelia Warren Tyagi, Alexander Warren