For immediate release: August 12, 2013
Rebecca Gunn has been promoted to the position of corporate secretary and assistant to the president and first vice president, announced Dennis Lockhart, president and chief executive officer of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta. Lockhart also announced that Tony Stallings has been promoted to assistant vice president in facilities management.
Gunn began her career with the Bank in 1996 as an analyst in planning and control and was promoted to supervisor shortly after. She was promoted two years later to senior auditor in auditing. She moved to the retail payments office (RPO) in 2005 and then went on to hold positions of increasing responsibility. In 2011, Gunn was promoted to human resources business liaison, supporting the RPO, legal, corporate relations, and other areas. She earned a bachelor’s degree in management with minors in marketing and German from the Georgia Institute of Technology. She also is a certified internal auditor and a graduate of both the United Way’s Volunteer Involvement Program and LEAD Atlanta.
Stallings joined the Bank in 1992 as operations manager in payment services and was later promoted to project director of financial technologies and support. He left the Bank in 2002 to become vice president at Bisys Document Solutions, and returned in 2006 to assume the role of operations director in the RPO. In 2012, Stallings joined human resources as a business liaison and currently supports supervision and regulation, financial management and planning, and other business areas. He earned a bachelor’s degree from the Georgia Institute of Technology and certification in IT project management.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta serves the Sixth Federal Reserve District, which encompasses Alabama, Florida, Georgia and sections of Louisiana, Mississippi and Tennessee. As part of the nation’s central banking system, the Atlanta Fed participates in setting national monetary policy, supervises numerous commercial banks and provides a variety of financial services to depository institutions and the U.S. government.