In the wake of the Great Recession, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) came under intense scrutiny, and there was no doubt that it needed to be reformed. Norm Champ ’85 spent nearly 20 years dealing with the SEC as a lawyer and then joined the agency to reform it. Going Public (McGraw-Hill) presents an insider’s view of  how the agency impacts the economic health of the country, offering recommendations for policy changes to help Americans better prepare for the next, inevitable, crisis.