To mark its centennial, the St. Louis Fed published "100 Years of Service." Read about the birth of the Federal Reserve and how the St. Louis Fed came to be known as the maverick in the Fed system. See how it serves not only financial institutions and the Treasury, but also educators, community development workers, researchers and the public.View Publication
At the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, we are committed to building an inclusive workplace, where our differences—in gender, race, age and ethnicity, as well as in cultural traditions, religion, life experiences, education, sexual orientation and socioeconomic backgrounds—are recognized as our strength. The decisions and recommendations we produce at the St. Louis Fed must reflect a variety of perspectives. Diversity allows each of us to bring our unique perspectives to the table when generating ideas and solving problems, and encourages an environment where innovation and excellence thrive.
"Diversity isn't just good for morale;. It's a good business strategy. We attract and recruit the best possible talent by casting a wide net and diversifying our recruiting efforts. A diverse work force enhances our ability to be innovative and creates an environment where employees know that their ideas and contributions are valued."
— James Bullard, president and chief executive officer