Mary Engle joined BBB National Programs as the executive vice president of policy after more than 30 years at the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), including 18 years as director of the Division of Advertising Practices, enforcing truth-in-advertising principles for national advertising matters. Engle held several management positions at the FTC and served as an advisor to a commissioner and two directors of the Bureau of Consumer Protection. During her government career, she received several awards for her work, including the Meritorious Executive Rank Award from President Obama for accomplishments in the management of U.S. government programs and the FTC Chairman’s Award for the Commission’s 2000 Media Violence Study and Report. Before joining the FTC, Engle practiced law with a firm in Washington, D.C.
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