Email
Print Friendly
A A A

Officers


Former Atlanta Fed Presidents

Governors1 Term of Office
Joseph A. McCord October 19, 1914, to January 10, 1919
Maximilian B. Wellborn March 1, 1919, to January 1, 1928
Eugene R. Black January 13, 1928, to May 19, 1933, when he resigned to serve as chairman of the Federal Reserve Board in Washington. Resigned Board chairmanship effective August 15, 1934. Was reappointed governor of the Atlanta Fed effective August 16, 1934
Oscar Newton January 10, 1935, to February 14, 1936
 
Presidents2
Oscar Newton3 February 14, 1936, to February 13, 1939
Robert S. Parker February 18, 1939, to March 29, 1941
William S. McLarin Jr. May 9, 1941, to March 1, 1951
Malcolm H. Bryan April 1, 1951, to September 30, 1965
Harold T. Patterson October 1, 1965, to January 31, 1968
M. Monroe Kimbrel February 1, 1968, to March 31, 1980
William F. Ford August 1, 1980, to October 1, 1983
Robert P. Forrestal December 7, 1983, to December 31, 1995
Jack Guynn January 1, 1996, to September 30, 2006
Dennis P. Lockhart March 1, 2007–present
 
1 W.S. Johns led the Bank from May 19, 1933, to August 16, 1934.
2 Patrick K. Barron led the Bank from October 1, 2006, to February 28, 2007.
3 The title of Reserve Bank chief executive officer was changed to president by the Banking Act of 1935.

 

Related Links