Last week the ""Treasury Department"":http://www.ustreas.gov/ released a detailed report of Elizabeth Warren's schedule beginning October 20 when she became the White House advisor for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.[IMAGE]
Warren has been extremely busy, and her schedule illustrates she has been open to meetings with some of the main opposition to her campaign for reform and transparency.
The schedule itself epitomizes transparency.
The 33-page report includes meetings with executives from companies and organizations such as ""Morgan Stanley"":http://www.morganstanley.com/, ""American Express"":https://home.americanexpress.com/home/mt_personal.shtml, ""Wells Fargo"":https://www.wellsfargo.com/, and the ""American Bankers Association"":http.[COLUMN_BREAK]
The schedule covers flight, train, and hotel information, guest appearances on radio and television shows, and even schedules in meals and coffee breaks.
Warren's schedule has not been just about making public appearances and making nice with banking executives though.
Several meetings within the calendar reveal that planning for the CFPB is not taking a back burner. October 12 featured a ""CFPB Meeting"" followed immediately by a ""Policy Meeting.""
The Friday before that, Warren met with Robb Adkins, executive director of the Financial Fraud Enforcement Task Force, for a briefing on mortgage fraud.
On October 20 Warren attended a ""Foreclosure Issues"" meeting coordinated by Michael Barr, and conducted hiring interviews for two hours on October 22.
Warren has also been meeting with college professors and giving interviews with college newspapers.
According to ""Reuters"":http://www.reuters.com/, on December 31 the Treasury Department will begin releasing the schedules for officials at or above the deputy assistant secretary level on a monthly basis.