Will Hild is the Executive Director of Consumers’ Research. Will has a decade of non-profit, legal and public policy experience. Prior to joining CR, Will served as the Deputy Director of the Regulatory Transparency Project. Before that, he worked at the Philanthropy Roundtable as the Director of External Affairs for the Culture of Freedom Initiative, and as the Chief Operating Officer of that Initiative when it grew to become a separate organization. He helped co-found the public interest law firm, Cause of Action, and served as the firm’s acting communications director for nearly a year.
Will received his J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center, and a B.A. in Political Science from the University of Florida. He is licensed to practice law in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
Will resides in Bethesda, MD, with his wife Cheryl, a practicing OB/GYN, and their son Liam.
Latest from Will Hild
The utility monopoly has increasingly pledged its commitment to ESG, including environmental extremists’ objective of net-zero electricity generation by 2050 and net-zero methane emissions by 2030. Duke goes so far as to brag in its ESG report that it lobbied North...
Under CEO Brian Moynihan, the bank has adopted something similar to communist China’s social credit system and blacklist, under which the behavior of its citizens and companies is monitored and assigned a social credit score. In China, punishment for low scores may...
This week, Consumers’ Research, a consumer advocacy group founded in 1929, is inaugurating “Woke Alerts,” a free direct-to-consumer text service to call out corporate pandering to the far left’s ideology when it occurs. The Woke Alerts service will be backed by a...
Americans are paying sky-high electricity rates and companies like Vanguard are making the problem worse. This week my organization, Consumers’ Research, joined 13 state attorneys general in a complaint against Vanguard at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
The change of heart comes roughly a week after Consumers’ Research and 13 state attorneys general asked the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to review Vanguard’s request to own energy company stocks.
Americans are paying sky-high electricity rates and companies like Vanguard are making the problem worse.
A conservative group known for targeting “woke capitalism” has launched a multimillion-dollar campaign attacking BlackRock and its CEO Larry Fink for “weaponizing” retirement funds with its push for more ESG investments, which promote environmental, social and governance responsibility.
State Farm ‘Creepy Neighbor’ saga: New campaign asks why insurance giant pushed LGBTQ+ books on children
State Farm quickly ditched a controversial partnership that pushed books about gender fluidity on young children last month after Consumers’ Research launched the “Like a Creepy Neighbor” campaign, but low internal morale, angry agents and a follow-up campaign loom over the company’s 100-year anniversary celebration.
State Farm quickly distanced itself from a program that pushed books about gender fluidity on young children Monday after a new ad campaign slammed the insurance giant as “a creepy neighbor,” but Consumers’ Research thinks the insurance giant still has to “undo the damage” it caused.
State Farm accused of pushing LGBTQ+ books on kids, Consumers’ Research launches ‘Like a Creepy Neighbor’
State Farm is being accused of recruiting agents to push books about gender fluidity on young children, and a new ad campaign by Consumers’ Research slams the insurance giant as “a creepy neighbor” to spotlight claims by an internal whistleblower.