After taking down terrorists, prosecuting Colombian drug dealers and dispatching mass murderers to death row, former federal prosecutor Beth Wilkinson is tangling with a new kind of foe: Fannie Mae’s critics on Capitol Hill.

Wilkinson, 43, was appointed executive vice president and general counsel of the Federal National Mortgage Association in December. She replaces Ann Kappler, who joined Washington, D.C.-based Collier Shannon Scott.

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