People on the Move: Stacy Canan, John Coleman, Sonya White, CFPB
The CFPB has announced three leadership changes within the agency. Stacy Canan has been named the CFPB’s assistant director for the office for older Americans. Canan has been working as the deputy assistant director for the office for older Americans since joining the agency in November 2012. Prior to joining the CFPB, she was the managing attorney at the AARP Foundation litigation group, where she handled consumer protection and healthcare cases nationwide.
Meanwhile, John Coleman has been appointed to serve as the CFPB’s deputy general counsel for litigation and oversight in the legal division. Since joining the agency in 2010, Coleman has served as the assistant general counsel for litigation and as senior litigation counsel. Prior to joining the bureau, Coleman worked as a trial attorney in the Dept. of Justice’s federal programs branch.
Finally, Sonya White will serve as the CFPB’s deputy general counsel for general law and ethics in the legal division. White previously served as the bureau’s assistant general counsel for general law and ethics. Prior to joining the CFPB in 2013, she served as deputy chief counsel at the U.S. Treasury Dept.’s bureau of engraving and printing.