Rosario Méndez is senior member of the Division of Consumer and Business Education in the Federal Trade Commission’s Bureau of Consumer Protection, where she works on the agency’s Small Business Outreach initiative. Her work supports the agency’s mission to protect all consumers, including business owners, from deceptive and unfair practices through law enforcement and education. She leads the development and marketing of the FTC’s Cybersecurity for Small Business educational campaign and the efforts to help business owners spot and avoid common frauds that target small businesses. Ms. Méndez also focuses on establishing partnerships with national and local organizations to help them alert their constituencies about consumer rights and businesses compliance responsibilities. She’s a graduate from Loyola University College of Law and John Hopkins University Carey Business School.