Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
At the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, we believe the Federal Reserve most effectively serves the American public by building a more diverse and inclusive economy. Our commitment to diversity and inclusion, at all levels of the organization, has been one of our core values for many years and remains strong as we work to continue enhancing our efforts.
Related Commentary from Bank President Jim Bullard
Bullard spoke about the importance of an inclusive economy and promoting racial economic equity.
Bullard and First VP Kathy Paese reaffirm the Bank’s commitment to fostering an economy that works for everyone in the St. Louis Fed’s 2020 OMWI report to Congress.
In his annual report message, Bullard highlights the importance of the Fed’s regional structure and discusses a variety of ways in which the St. Louis Fed connects with those it serves.
In this article, Bullard highlights the Women in Economics symposium and podcast series, which aim to promote more diversity in the field of economics.
In this working paper, Bullard and his co-author examine whether monetary policy can benefit all households even in a world with substantial inequality. See the related blog post: Can Monetary Policy Benefit Everyone in Society?
Building a Diverse and Inclusive Workplace
Our most recent Office of Minority and Women Inclusion (OMWI) Congressional Report outlines the diversity and inclusion activities undertaken by our Bank.
Our employees make a difference to America's economy. You, too, can support that work—with a positive impact on your own career. Read about our employees in action.
A Collection of Inclusive Programs, Publications and Podcasts
Our Culture in Action
We asked St. Louis Fed employee Jun Zhang, a member of our Asian Employee Resource Group: What is something about your heritage that’s important to you? To learn more about the St. Louis Fed culture, visit: https://t.co/is8wyPeZlJ #APAHM #AAPIHM pic.twitter.com/yrHqaWnAEL— St. Louis Fed (@stlouisfed) May 30, 2021
For the fifth year in a row, the St. Louis Fed earned a perfect score of 100 in the Human Rights Campaign’s Corporate Equality Index.