Levine has experience in this line given his past job postings and track record.
On Tuesday, U.S. auto safety advocacy group – Center for Auto Safety – disclosed it has appointed Jason Levine, an an official with a track record in federal government consumer protection agencies as its new executive director.
Levine had spent around six years at the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission during the Barack Obama administration. He will succeed Clarence Ditlow, who died in November 2016.
Levine has also served in the Federal Election Commission and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
The Center for Auto Safety was founded in 1970 by consumer rights advocate Ralph Nader and Consumers Union.