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Housing and Urban Development: Deregulatory Task Force Members

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David Thomas Eagles

Housing and Urban Development (joined: May 16, 2017)

Chief Operations Officer | $175,000 | Financial Disclosure »

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David Eagles worked for the Center for Presidential Transition, an organization dedicated to ensuring that future presidential hand-offs are as seamless as possible. Before that, he worked for Waste Management. The agency said he has replaced Maren Kasper. — ProPublica

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Maren M. Kasper

Housing and Urban Development (joined: Jan. 20, 2017)

Senior White House Advisor | Executive Vice President (Policy), Government National Mortgage Association | $175,000 | Financial Disclosure »

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Maren Kasper was previously a director at Roofstock, an Oakland-based online marketplace for investors in single-family rental properties, and continues to own up to a $50,000 stake in the company. Before that, she was an investment associate at Dwell Finance, a financing company for investors of single-family homes. The agency said that she moved in June from the task force to a new position, and formally recused herself from dealing with issues that would affect Roofstock. — ProPublica

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Bethany "Beth" Zorc departed Jan. 9, 2018

Housing and Urban Development (joined: April 24, 2017)

Principal Deputy General Counsel | $160,000 | Financial Disclosure »

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Beth Zorc was previously an attorney for the Senate Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs committee during a time when the committee chairman tried to prohibit funding for a housing regulation. — ProPublica

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As the new head of Public Policy, Zorc will coordinate the development of integrated corporate public policies critical to Wells Fargo’s ability to serve its customers, investors, and team members. She joins Wells Fargo after serving as the acting general counsel and principal deputy general counsel for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Zorc has previously worked on the U.S. Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs, where she served as senior counsel for the majority staff under both Chairman Richard Shelby, R-Ala., and Chairman Mike Crapo, R-Idaho. Prior to that, she worked for Chairman Jeb Hensarling, R-Texas, as a senior counsel for the House Financial Services Committee. She was also an associate in the Financial Services Practice Group at Morrison & Foerster LLP.

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