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Annual Report 2020 | Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

The COVID-19 Economy: How the Pandemic Defined 2020

Our Leaders, Our Advisers

The Federal Reserve’s two-part structure—its central governing body in the Board of Governors and decentralized network of 12 Reserve banks—provides for a central banking system that broadly serves the public interest. Its design ensures that monetary policy reflects the economic conditions of communities and industries nationwide.

The members of the St. Louis Fed’s boards of directors and advisory councils are among the diverse voices representing Main Street that inform the work of the Federal Reserve.

The following pages list our board members from each of the four zones of the Eighth Federal Reserve District: St. Louis, Little Rock, Ark., Louisville, Ky., and Memphis, Tenn. Members of our six advisory councils are also listed, as are members of the Bank's Management Committee, officers of the Bank, and retirees from our boards and our advisory councils.

Our Retirees

We express our gratitude to members of our boards of directors and advisory councils who retired over the past year.

From the Boards of Directors

Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

John N. Roberts III


Little Rock Branch

Keith Glover

Karama Neal


Memphis Branch

David T. Cochran Jr.

Michael E. Cary


From the Industry Councils

Agribusiness

Henry N. “Hank” Reichle Jr.


Health Care

Michael Holmes


Real Estate

Martin Edwards Jr.


Transportation

Michael D. Garriga


From the Community Depository Institutions Advisory Council

Louisville Zone

Marvin Veatch


Memphis Zone

Roy Molitor “Mott” Ford Jr.


From the Community Development Advisory Council

St. Louis Zone

Rodney Crim


Little Rock Zone

Marta Lloyd

Hillis Schild


Louisville Zone

Kevin Dunlap


Memphis Zone

Timothy Lampkin

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