The Fed's decentralized structure was put in place nearly 100 years ago. Does it still make sense? The latest in the Atlanta Fed's animated video series explains how the U.S. central bank's regional structure helps gather grassroots information about economic conditions across the nation.
The Atlanta Fed's annual report, Turning Points: 7 Critical Conversations About the Economy in 2012, examines the interaction between the economy and monetary policy over the past year. The dynamic, online annual report features video conversations, interactive graphs, and more.
The Federal Reserve and You, a new video launched by the Philadelphia Fed, gives an in-depth and engaging look at the U.S. central bank and its responsibilities. Stream the video online or order a copy of the DVD.
Renée Lewis Glover, president and chief executive officer of the Atlanta Housing Authority (AHA), has served on the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta's board of directors since January 2009. She has been recognized for her innovative role in U.S. urban policy; the model she created at AHA is now used as the redevelopment blueprint at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Glover is also a member of the international board of directors of Habitat for Humanity. She holds a juris doctorate from Boston University, a master's degree from Yale University, and a bachelor's degree from Fisk University.
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On the map: See the boundaries of Federal Reserve Districts and link to the Web sites of the Board of Governors and the 12 Reserve BanksLearn more
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Field trip! See fascinating money artifacts and multimedia exhibits on the Fed's history and responsibilities; play an interactive banking game; and see the bank's automated five-story vault and cash-processing area.Learn more