Amy Nofziger has been working in consumer fraud for over 15 years. Amy leads of all AARP Foundation Consumer Protection activities, including relationships with private foundations, Federal and State regulators, Attorney Generals, and local community partners. Additionally, she acts as AARP’s Fraud Watch Network spokesperson for media inquiries and subject matter expert opportunities. Because of her experience and expertise, she is frequently sought after for public speaking opportunities and has presented across the country to consumers and professionals on consumer fraud and other social issues facing older adults. Amy has worked with The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, CNBC, Consumer Reports, Yahoo News and many other publications on helping to shed light on fraud and exploitation of older adults.