Terri Kirchhofer is a senior vice president and the general auditor for the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis. Ms. Kirchhofer joined the Bank in 1992 as a staff auditor. She serves as a valued advisor to Bank management, the Board of Governors and the Audit Committee of the St. Louis Fed’s Board of Directors.
During Ms. Kirchhofer’s tenure with the Bank, she has led the Audit Competency Center for Treasury Services, provided strategic direction to the System Treasury audit community, and overseen the System's annual Treasury Services audit plan. She is also past chair of the Subcommittee of Audit Officers.
Ms. Kirchhofer received a B.A. in accounting and a B.S.B.A. in management information systems from St. Louis University and is a Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA). She is married and has two children. She serves on the board of directors of COPE24, which strives to provide parenting and child development education to young adults to reduce child abuse and neglect.