NAAG Roles

Faculty, Center for Consumer Protection

Kimberly S. Cammarata is a Senior Assistant Attorney General with the Maryland Office of the Attorney General and has served as the Director of the Consumer Protection Division’s Health Education and Advocacy Unit since 2010. She is responsible for the direction and management of the Health Education and Advocacy Unit’s consumer mediation services and health insurance appeals divisions. Ms. Cammarata enforces Maryland’s consumer protection laws when providers, drug companies and other individuals and entities engage in unfair, abusive, deceptive or other illegal practices in the healthcare market. Ms. Cammarata advocates for legislative and policy initiatives, and litigates actions necessary to enhance the rights of healthcare consumers and their ability to access quality, affordable care in Maryland, including affirmative federal litigation to prevent the rollback of the Affordable Care Act and many of its consumer protections. In 2016, Ms. Cammarata received the Maryland Office of the Attorney General’s Exceptional Leadership Award.

Prior to joining the Consumer Protection Division, Ms. Cammarata spent nearly ten years prosecuting healthcare providers as an Assistant Attorney General for Maryland’s health occupations licensing boards.

Ms. Cammarata serves as an instructor for the National Attorneys General Training and Research Institute and serves as a member of several health policy boards.