Committee Chairman Jeb Hensarling (R-TX) announced Kirsten Sutton Mork will become chief of staff at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau in the coming weeks. Mark is staff director at House Financial Services Committee and spent four years as the House panel’s deputy staff director and had been Hensarling’s legislative director and financial services policy adviser.

“As one of my longest-serving and most dedicated aides, Kirsten has been an indispensable adviser to me for the last nine years,” Hensarling said in a press release. “Her leadership, deep understanding of financial policy and the legislative process, strength of character, and commitment to conservative principles have been vital to the great victories the committee has achieved for the American People during her tenure here.”

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