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Christina Tetreault is a Staff Attorney, joining Consumers Union after interning in its West Coast Office during the summer of 2011, as well as in the spring and fall of 2012. As an intern, she helped to author two important reports, “Trapped at the Bank: Removing Obstacles to Consumer Choice in Banking” (Suzanne Martindale, Lauren Bowne and Christina Tetreault, May 2012), and “Addressing Barriers to Online Applications: Can Public Enrollment Stations Increase Access to Health Coverage?” (Julie Silas and Christina Tetreault, November 2011). Christina is a member of CU’s Financial Services Program team, specializing in bank fees, prepaid cards, credit cards and other payments issues.
Christina is an Honors Lawyering Program May 2012 graduate of Golden Gate University School of Law (JD) and a member of the Jesse Carter Society. While attending law school, Christina co-chaired the Public Interest Law Foundation, volunteered with a number of legal services organizations, and served as an associate editor of the Environmental Law Journal. She started her public interest law career as an intern at Housing and Economic Rights Advocates, a not-for-profit legal service and advocacy organization.
Prior to law school, Christina enjoyed a career with an international retailer. She earned a BA in government from the University of San Francisco, and was class valedictorian. A proud resident of San Francisco’s Outer Sunset neighborhood, Christina was sworn into the California Bar by San Francisco Supervisor Carmen Chu in December 2012.