Michael Minor has joined the Community Affairs Office of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis as a senior specialist. He works at the Bank's Memphis Branch.
Minor has extensive experience in the Memphis community. Before coming to the Fed, he was chair and associate professor of business administration, division of business and economic development, at LeMoyne-Owen College in Memphis, Tenn.
Previously, he held several positions with the City of Memphis, including manager of its Business Development Center. Minor obtained his undergraduate degree in economics from Harvard University and a Master of Business Administration and a Master of Science in real estate development from the University of Memphis. He currently is a candidate for a doctorate in higher and adult education from the University of Memphis. Minor can be reached at 901-579-4106.
The Community Affairs Office also announced that Ellen Eubank, community affairs manager, has relocated from the Bank's Memphis Branch to its headquarters in St. Louis. Eubank joined the Fed in 1998. She can be reached at 314-444-8650.
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