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From: Howard, Jennifer (CFPB) To: Riley, Jeffrey (CFPB) Cc: Miller, Kimberly (CFPB); Martin, Alyssa(CFPB) Bcc: Subject: Media Memo Date: Fri May 2011 13:26:46 EDT Attachments: Media May 9.docx Sorry for the delay! Jen Howard Senior Spokesperson Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Jennifer.Howard@treasury.gov 202-435-7454 Media May 9.docx (Attachment May 2011 MEMORANDUM FOR ELIZABETH WARREN FROM: Jen Howard SUBJECT: Media May 2011 You have the following media scheduled for Monday, May 2011: Associated Press Roundtable 8:30-9:30 a.m. This in-person roundtable with the Associated Press, set Dan Wagner, financial reporter who covers CFPB and Treasury. Attendees include three editors: Kevin Shinkle, Brad Foss, and Fred Monyak. Reporters that have rsvped include: Mike Sandler, Derek Kravitz, Jim Kuhnhenn, Matt Perrone, Chris Rugaber, and Paul Wiseman (recently transitioned from USA Today). This roundtable likely cover broad range topics from politics financial products CFPBs regulatory mandate and priorities. reminder, Ive included brief bullets some sensitive topics that might come up. This roundtable deep background, which means they can use the information help inform future stories, but cannot attributed, quoted, paraphrased. Suzanna Andrews, Vanity Fair 1:30-2:30 p.m. This in-person interview with Suzanna Andrews for Vanity Fair. She writing profile you for the July issue. She would like focus your background, your vision for the CFPB, and the work you have done get the agency off the ground. She very interested learning more about any experiences that relate your perspective the middle class (i.e. what made you such passionate advocate for consumer/middle class issues)? This interview background with cleared quotes. She will likely include physical details about you and your office provide color and context. Ylan Mui, Washington Post 4:30-5:00 p.m. This in-person interview with Ylan (Ya-lan) Mui, who taking over for Brady Dennis the new CFPB beat reporter. Her background personal finance, she very interested the practical impact CFPBs work the Media May 9.docx (Attachment products and services consumers can access. This interview will focused CFPB vision and goals, but you should prepared for sensitive subjects. The interview background with cleared quotes.