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The St. Louis Fed Welcomes Julie L. Stackhouse

Tuesday, January 1, 2002

The board of directors of the Eighth Federal Reserve District has named Julie L. Stackhouse as senior vice president of the Bank Supervision & Regulation (BS&R) Division. Stackhouse has almost two decades of experience with the Federal Reserve. She arrived in St. Louis on Oct. 1. She replaces Joan Cronin, who retired in July.

In 1980, Stackhouse graduated summa cum laude from Drake University with a bachelor of science degree. She joined the Kansas City Fed as an examiner and quickly rose up the ranks. By 1989, she was promoted to vice president in BS&R.

Stackhouse left the Kansas City Fed in 1995 and moved to Minnesota, where she spent five years raising her two children. During this period, she held a variety of volunteer positions, including:

  • chairing the local Economic Development Commission,
  • serving as a board member of the Arts and Humanities Council, and
  • leading her children's scout troops.

In 2000, Stackhouse rejoined the Fed serving as a vice president in Minneapolis. Her responsibilities included managing the discount window, payments system risk, statistical reporting and the community affairs sections of BS&R. Other responsibilities included serving as the Ninth District's representative on the Fed's subcommittee on credit, reserves and risk management.

Stackhouse plans to continue her volunteer work in St. Louis. Her interests include working with the emerging immigrant populations and promoting financial literacy. In the Feditorial, read what Stackhouse has to say about corporate responsibility and the role the Fed plays in maintaining a stable banking system and the public's trust.