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Appointment of The Chairs and Deputy Chairs of the Federal Reserve Banks for 2017

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Tuesday, December 20, 2016 2:50 PM /Federal Reserve

The Federal Reserve Board on Tuesday announced the designation of the chairs and deputy chairs of the 12 Federal Reserve Banks for 2017.

Each Reserve Bank has a nine-member board of directors. The Board of Governors in Washington appoints three of these directors and each year designates one of its appointees as chair and a second as deputy chair.

Following are the names of the chairs and deputy chairs designated by the Board for 2017:

Boston
Gary L. Gottlieb, M.D., chief executive officer, Partners In Health, Boston, Massachusetts, named Chair.

Phillip L. Clay, professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts, named Deputy Chair.

New York
Sara Horowitz, executive director, Freelancers Union, Brooklyn, New York, named Chair.


Denise Scott, executive vice president, Local Initiatives Support Corporation, New York, New York, named Deputy Chair.

Philadelphia
Michael J. Angelakis, chairman and chief executive officer, Atairos Management, L.P., Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, renamed Chair.

Brian McNeill, president and chief executive officer, TouchPoint, Inc., Concordville, Pennsylvania, renamed Deputy Chair.

Cleveland
John P. Surma, chairman and chief executive officer (retired), United States Steel Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, named Chair.

Dawne S. Hickton, former president and chief executive officer, RTI International Metals, Inc., Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, named Deputy Chair.

Richmond
Margaret G. Lewis, president, HCA Capital Division (retired), Richmond, Virginia, named Chair.

Kathy J. Warden, corporate vice president and President, Mission Systems, Northrop Grumman Corporation, Linthicum, Maryland, named Deputy Chair.

Atlanta
Thomas A. Fanning, chairman, president, and chief executive officer, Southern Company, Atlanta, Georgia, renamed Chair.

Michael J. Jackson, chairman, chief executive officer, and president, AutoNation, Inc., Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, renamed Deputy Chair.

Chicago
Anne R. Pramaggiore, president and chief executive officer, ComEd, Chicago, Illinois, named Chair.

E. Scott Santi, chairman and chief executive officer, Illinois Tool Works Inc., Glenview, Illinois, named Deputy Chair.

St. Louis
Kathleen M. Mazzarella, chairman, president and chief executive officer, Graybar Electric Company, Inc., St. Louis, Missouri, renamed Chair.

Suzanne Sitherwood, president and chief executive officer, Spire Inc., St. Louis, Missouri, renamed Deputy Chair.

Minneapolis
MayKao Y. Hang, president and chief executive officer, Amherst H. Wilder Foundation, St. Paul, Minnesota, renamed Chair.

Kendall J. Powell, chairman and chief executive officer, General Mills, Inc., Minneapolis, Minnesota, renamed Deputy Chair.

Kansas City
Rose M. Washington, executive director, Tulsa Economic Development Corporation, Tulsa, Oklahoma, named Chair.

Steve Maestas, chief executive officer, Maestas Development Group, Albuquerque, New Mexico, named Deputy Chair.

Dallas
Matthew K. Rose, executive chairman, BNSF Railway Company, Fort Worth, Texas, named Chair.

Greg L. Armstrong, chairman and chief executive officer, Plains All American Pipeline, L.P., Houston, Texas, named Deputy Chair.

San Francisco
Alexander R. Mehran, chairman and chief executive officer, Sunset Development Company, San Ramon, California, named Chair.

Barry M. Meyer, chairman and chief executive officer (retired), Warner Brothers Entertainment and chairman and founder, North Ten Mile Associates, Burbank, California, named Deputy Chair.

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