ELLICOTT CITY, MD – Howard County Executive Calvin Ball announced today the appointment of Tracy Rezvani as Administrator for the Office of Consumer Protection, within the Department of Community Resources and Services (DCRS), effective January 18, 2022. Rezvani formerly served as Investigative Programs Administrator for the Montgomery County Office of Consumer Protection where she managed investigations, outreach, advocacy, licensing, and other special programs.   


Tracy’s passion for championing consumer rights, coupled with her exemplary skills in arbitration and advocacy, make her the ideal candidate to lead our Office of Consumer Protection. Her skill set will support the important work of this Office to protect Howard County consumers by mediating disputes, taking enforcement action, and providing tips on how to avoid scams or make smart purchasing decisions.

Calvin Ball
Howard County Executive

Rezvani has over 25 years legal experience in consumer protection law. During her career, she has authored numerous consumer protection publications, volunteered her time to advance consumer protection issues, and managed law firms representing consumers, non-profits and small businesses. She currently volunteers as a Director of the D.C. Consumer Rights Coalition and has been a Panelist for the American Arbitration Association since 2012.  
“Tracy’s brings extensive experience in researching, interpreting, and applying consumer protection statutes. And perhaps most importantly, she shares our passion for helping others and serving our community,” said DCRS Director Jackie Scott. “Her expertise will strengthen our ability to reach and serve consumers throughout Howard County.” 
“A culture of service doesn't happen by accident,” said Rezvani. “It comes through the value we provide our constituents daily. I look forward to providing that value to Howard County's consumer and business communities." 
Rezvani holds a B.S. in Business & Management from the University of Maryland, College Park, and a J.D. from George Washington University Law School. She is a member of the Bar in both Maryland and the District of Columbia. The Office of Consumer Protection is one of nine offices under the Department of Community Resources and Services. The Office provides many online resources including consumer and scam alerts, product recalls, landlord and tenant information, and more. To learn more about the Office of Consumer Protection, visit https://www.howardcountymd.gov/consumer or call 410-313-6420. 


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