U.S. automobile security advocacy group Center for Auto Safety has selected an individual with a track record in federal government customer protection firms as its new executive director, the industry body stated on Tuesday.
Jason Levine has spent six years at the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission during the administration of former president Barack Obama. Levine succeeds Clarence Ditlow, who passed away in November last year.
Levine has likewise served in the Federal Election Commission and the United States Department of Health and Human Services.
The Center for Auto Safety was established in 1970 by consumer rights advocate Ralph Nader and Consumers Union.