We're all part of the broader community in which we live and work. As a part of the central bank of the United States, the Atlanta Fed is dedicated to promoting the economic well-being of its citizens. To this end, we are committed to community partnership and service, educational outreach, and environmental stewardship.

Highlights (April 2017–March 2018)
346 speeches presented by employees to a variety of groups throughout the Southeast
28,166 visitors to our monetary museum locations in Atlanta, Jacksonville, Miami, and New Orleans
459 outreach events and activities conducted, including conferences, webcasts, tours, and volunteer projects
62 media interviews given by employees to share Atlanta Fed research and perspectives

Event Photo Gallery

President Bostic (center) with students at Florida Gulf Coast University

President Bostic and the Nashville Branch's assistant vice president and regional executive Laurel Graefe at a Public Affairs Forum

Bank employees with students at South Cobb High School

A workshop for community college and AP economics teachers partnering with the St. Louis Fed

An AP macro workshop held in conjunction with the Georgia Council on Economic Education

Sara Arteaga, the Jacksonville Branch's REIN director, at a Machinery Haulers conference in Orlando

Atlanta Fed employees at a PowerMyLearning volunteer project

The Atlanta Consular Corps at an event hosted by President Bostic and Jeremy Pilmore-Bedford, British consul general

Mike Johnson, senior vice president of Supervision, Regulation, and Credit, speaking at a World Affairs Council event

President Bostic (right) speaking to a group at Morehouse College

Atlanta Fed leaders speaking with a delegation from the European Union visiting the Atlanta Fed