Page C. Faulk joined the Consumer Product Safety Commission as Senior Counsel to Chairman Hal Stratton in November 2003. In this capacity, Ms. Faulk advises the Chairman on all regulatory, investigative and enforcement matters before the Commission.
Ms. Faulk brings to the CPSC a broad depth of government and private sector experience, having worked for two United States senators and practiced law with a Washington D.C. law firm. Immediately prior to joining the CPSC, Ms. Faulk was associated with the law firm of Ungaretti & Harris, where she provided general corporate, legislative, and regulatory counsel to a variety of clients, ranging from business associations to Fortune 500 corporations. While with the firm, Ms. Faulk also served as Legislative Director of the Air Carrier Association, a group of new entrant carriers and small and medium communities, advising and representing the association on legislation impacting the aviation industry.
Prior to entering private practice, Ms. Faulk spent several years on Capitol Hill. As Legislative Assistant to U.S. Senator Ben Nighthorse Campbell (R-Colorado), Ms. Faulk was the chief policy advisor to the Senator on all budget, health, education, social security and related appropriations issues. Her congressional experience also includes serving as a legislative aide to U.S. Senator Rick Santorum (R-Pennsylvania), the Chairman of the Senate Republican Conference, and clerking for the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee.
Active in Republican politics, Ms. Faulk recently worked on the successful Ehrlich for Governor (R-Maryland) campaign and participated in the Republican National Committee’s 2002 72 hour taskforce. She was also a volunteer for the Bush/Cheney 2000 presidential campaign.
A graduate of Southern Methodist University, Ms. Faulk received her law degree from the Pennsylvania State University Dickinson School of Law. She also holds a certificate in international law from the Hague Academy of International Law. A native of Bucks County, Pennsylvania, Ms. Faulk resides in Washington D.C.