Who is Involved

Project Leader

Daniel Stevens, Executive Director

Daniel Stevens is the Executive Director of Campaign for Accountability (CfA). With over a decade of experience advocating for public accountability, Stevens first came to CfA to serve as its Deputy Director, where he oversaw research and communications. Prior to joining CfA, he exposed the impact of money in politics as a political writer at MapLight. His reporting was regularly featured in national media outlets. Dan has also worked as a researcher for Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW), and as a legislative staffer in the United States Senate and the Iowa House of Representatives.



Bryan Dewan, Communications Associate

Bryan Dewan manages communications for the Blackrock Transparency Project, as part of his duties as a Communications Associate at CfA.  Dewan first came to CfA as a Communications and Research Intern in the Summer of 2016.  Previously, he interned at the news website ThinkProgress and worked as a Research Assistant for the Colgate University Political Science Department.  Dewan received his Bachelor’s Degree Magna Cum Laude from Colgate University, completing a double-major in Political Science (High Honors) and Computer Science. At Colgate, Dewan wrote for the Colgate Maroon News, the oldest collegiate weekly newspaper in the United States.

Josh Rosner, Advisor

Josh Rosner is co-author of the New York Times Bestseller “Reckless Endangerment “How Outsized Ambition, Greed, and Corruption Led to Economic Armageddon”, and Managing Director at independent research consultancy Graham Fisher & Co. He advises regulators, policy-makers, and institutional investors on the financial service industry and risk. Previously he was Managing Director of Financial Services Research for Medley Global Advisors, an Executive Vice President at CIBC World Markets, and Managing Director at Oppenheimer & Company. Mr. Rosner was among the first analysts to identify operational and accounting problems at the government-sponsored enterprises, the peak in the housing markets, the likelihood of contagion in credit markets, weaknesses in the credit rating agencies CDO assumptions, and structural vulnerabilities in the banking system.

Mr. Rosner has testified before the U.S. House Committee on Financial Services, the U.S. Senate Committee on Banking, members of the European Commission, the Committee of European Bank Supervisors, the U.K. Financial Services Authority, the Bank for International Settlements, the National Association of Insurance Commissioners, the Congressional Oversight Panel, the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission, the International Organization of Securities Commissions, and several Federal Reserve District Banks. He is a frequent speaker before private organizations and has been interviewed on PBS, Bloomberg, CNN, CNBC, NBC, CBS, Fox News and is frequently quoted by major national and international press.