As a Managing Director, Beth leads the development of tools to help providers incorporate the Compass Principles quality framework into their product design and delivery. With her career background focused on expanding opportunities for underserved communities, Beth is excited about the potential for well-designed products and services to improve people's financial health. A native Midwesterner and forever a cheesehead at heart, Beth currently lives and works in New York City. Beth holds an M.B.A. from the Yale School of Management and a B.A. in Sociology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.�
Managing DirectorCenter for Financial Services Innovation
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau made it clear that consumers own their financial data and can share it with apps of their choice. Now it’s up to the industry to resolve thorny issues on liability and accountability.
Big banks increasingly are developing application programming interfaces to make their customers’ data available to third parties. But discrete deals between banks and third parties would be a bad outcome for consumers and the industry as a whole.