Kimberly Pisinski is a tough-as-nails attorney who tackles injustice wherever she sees it. Licensed in Connecticut, Kimberly is co-plaintiff in a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) and the agency’s efforts to data mine the private financial details of distressed consumers.
But Kimberly’s true passion is helping children. She spent years as a child therapist before becoming a lawyer who specializes in child advocacy issues. Karen Carlson talked to Kimberly about her passion for helping abused and neglected children, as well as her budding partnership with the charity group Royal Family KIDS, a charity that helps abused and neglected children see hope for the future.
Instead of stepping back, Morgan Drexen is committed to continuing its ambitious Corporate Social Responsibility initiative – this despite a data mining campaign by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau that has cost the company millions of dollars.
“The CFPB’s egregious actions will not stop us from maintaining, and indeed increasing, our commitment to the wonderful non-profit groups we work with,” said Walter Ledda, Morgan Drexen CEO. “For about a year and a half we have endured relentless data mining efforts by the CFPB. It is literally an attack on privacy rights and the right to confidentiality of attorney client communications that, in some ways, has crippled our ability to conduct business. Some companies might choose to pull back on charitable partnerships at a time like this, but…