Eileen Hoats

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Eileen M. Hoats (born 1949) is an American consumer activist. She was elected president of the Consumer Federation of America in 1975.[1] She also served as Executive Director of the Consumer Assembly of New York.[2] Hoates left the New York State Consumer Protection Board in 1976 after Executive Director Rosemary Pooler came under criticism for [3]


  1. ^ Staff report (February 15, 1975). Eileen Hoats Heads Consumer Groups. The Washington Post
  2. ^ Staff report (February 1, 1975). Professional Consumer Activist; Eileen Hoats. The New York Times
  3. ^ Cerra, Frances (September 20, 1976). State's Consumer Chief Attacked As a Weak Protector of the Public. The New York Times