Sally Greenberg joined the National Consumers League as Executive Director on October 1, 2007. Sally's focus at NCL is on four key priority areas: fraud, child labor, LifeSmarts, and health care forums. At NCL, she's testified before the White House Interagency Working Group on import safety and is our primary spokesperson on a variety of issues.
Sally comes to NCL from Consumers Union, where she'd worked since 1997 on auto safety and legal and liability reform and to improve the legal system for consumers. During her tenure at CU, Sally covered both auto and product safety, intellectual property, securities reform and investor protections, and civil justice reform. Before CU, Sally worked at the Justice Department's Foreign Claims Settlement Commission, and before that, spent a decade serving as the Eastern States Civil Rights Counsel for the Anti-Defamation League, based in Boston.
Sally was president of the Women's Bar Association of Massachusetts and the Women's Bar Foundation, served on several gubernatorial commissions in Massachusetts, and currently serves on several boards of directors, including the board of HALT, an organization that works to protect the rights of consumers in their interactions with lawyers and the legal system. Since 1994, Sally has served on the Board of Directors of Trillium Asset Management, the oldest and largest investment management firm dedicated to socially responsible investing.