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Brian Fogle Appointed to Federal Reserve Board’s Community Advisory Council


A community foundation leader from Springfield, Mo. has been appointed to the Federal Reserve Board's newly created Community Advisory Council (CAC).

Brian Fogle, president and chief executive officer of the Community Foundation of the Ozarks, was one of 15 people selected from a pool of applicants who responded to the Board’s public request for candidates. Fogle has served as a member of the Community Development Advisory Council (CDAC) for the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis since 2013.

The first meeting of the CAC will be Friday in Washington, D.C.

The CAC is composed of individuals with consumer- and community development-related expertise who will provide information, advice and recommendations to the Board on a wide range of policy matters and emerging issues of interest.

Fogle spent nearly 30 years in banking in Springfield. He is a native of Aurora, Mo., and received bachelor's and master's degrees in banking and finance from the University of Mississippi.

In 2012, Fogle was appointed by Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon to the Coordinating Board for Higher Education; he now serves as vice chairman. Fogle also has served as the chairman of the Good Community Committee and on the boards of the Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce, the Every Child Promise, Mercy Health Systems–Springfield, the Urban Districts Alliance and Springfield Business Development Corp. He has received the O. Franklin Kenworthy Leadership Award and the Springfieldian Award, as well as an honorary doctorate of humane letters from Drury University.

The other members of the CAC are:

Roberto Barragan
President and chief executive officer
Van Nuys, Calif.

Angela Glover Blackwell
Founder and chief executive officer
Oakland, Calif.

Patrick Dujakovich
Greater Kansas City AFL-CIO
Kansas City, Mo.

Benjamin Dulchin
Executive director
Association for Neighborhood and Housing Development
New York

Ben Mangan
Executive director and lecturer
Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, Center for Social Sector Leadership
Berkeley, Calif.

Rodrick Miller
President and chief executive officer
Detroit Economic Growth Corp.

Noel Poyo
Executive director
National Association for Latino Community Asset Builders
San Antonio

Michael Rubinger
President and chief executive officer
Local Initiatives Support Corp. (LISC)
New York

Arden Shank
President and chief executive officer
Neighborhood Housing Services of South Florida

Adrienne Smith
Founder and executive director
New Mexico Direct Caregivers Coalition
Placitas, N.M.

Sue Taoka
Executive vice president

Mary Tingerthal
Minnesota Housing Finance Agency
St. Paul, Minn.

Raul Vazquez
Chief executive officer
Redwood City, Calif.

Catherine Wilson
University of Nebraska-Lincoln College of Law
Lincoln, Neb.