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PROBLEMS THAT AFFECT ALL OF US

Even in our most divided moments, all Americans want a healthier, safer, more secure future. PIRG’s role is to find common ground around the common-sense solutions that will make that future a reality. Whether it’s advocating for policies to help our nation respond to the COVID-19 crisis, working to stop the overuse of antibiotics in agriculture, or addressing our country’s plastic waste crisis, the problems we work on aren’t progressive or conservative. They’re just problems that our country shouldn’t tolerate in an age of great abundance and technological progress.
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Work Alongside Smart, Dedicated People

With U.S. PIRG, you’ll join a great team of dozens of organizers, advocates, lawyers, researchers, policy analysts, communicators and others with a record of winning hundreds of new laws and other policies that are making a real difference in people's lives.


As President of U.S. PIRG, Faye is a leading voice for consumer protection and public health in the United States. She has been quoted in major news outlets, including CBS News and the Washington Post, about issues ranging from getting toxic chemicals out of children’s products to protecting Americans from predatory lending practices. Faye also serves as the Executive Vice President for the Public Interest Network, which U.S. PIRG founded. Faye began her public interest career as a student volunteer with MASSPIRG Students at Williams College. After graduating in 1992, she began working with the Student PIRGs in California as a Campus Organizer and Organizing Director, working on campaigns to help students register to vote and to promote recycling. She lives in Denver with her family.
Matt directs U.S. PIRG’s work to address the growing problem of antibiotic-resistant infections by stopping the overuse of antibiotics on factory farms. Matt has directed successful campaigns to convince McDonald’s, Subway and KFC to phase antibiotic use out of their meat supply chains. Matt lives in Maine, is an avid outdoorsman, and loves to play the drums.
Abe is responsible for the program and organizational development of Illinois PIRG. In 2017, he led a coalition to pass legislation to implement automatic voter registration in Illinois, winning unanimous support in the Illinois General Assembly for the bill. Before moving to Illinois, Abe worked as the state director of ConnPIRG. Abe lives in Chicago, where he enjoys biking, cooking and tending his garden.
Emily directs CALPIRG’s advocacy efforts, and is a leading voice in Sacramento on transportation, protecting public health, consumer protections and defending our democracy. She oversaw CALPIRG’s recent efforts to stop the overuse of antibiotics on California farms, and has spearheaded policy work to reduce the high cost of health care. Emily works in our Oakland, California, office, and loves camping, hiking and cooking with her family.
R.J. Cross focuses on tax and budget policy as an advocate for U.S. PIRG and policy analyst with Frontier Group. Her other research focuses include on government transparency, consumer protection and democratic reform. She was the lead co-author of 'Driving Into Debt,' which documented the recent rise in indebtedness for cars, earning coverage on American Public Media’s Marketplace and on CNBC. In addition to her current home of Boston, R.J. has lived in Denver and southern California, and will always consider herself a Kansan at heart.
Grace lives in Philadelphia, working on product safety issues and promoting better recall effectiveness. Grace loves skiing, visiting her cabin in Minnesota, and finding new restaurants in the city.

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