Caroline Crenshaw, a lawyer, is expected to be the nominee to fill the seat currently held by SEC Commissioner Robert J. Jackson Jr.  Ms. Crenshaw, whose potential nomination was reported by news outlets earlier this summer, currently serves as counsel to Commissioner Jackson.  She has served in this role since 2018, focusing on topics such as share buybacks and dual-class shares.

Ms. Crenshaw, who joined the SEC in 2013, also served under former SEC Democratic Commissioner Kara Stein, who left the agency this past January.  In addition to her role at the SEC, Ms. Crenshaw, a 2004 and 2009 graduate from Harvard University and the University of Minnesota Law School, respectively, holds the rank of captain in the Army Judge Advocate General’s Corps reserve.
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