FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF MINNEAPOLIS
Executives 1914 -

Term
 
October 2009 - Narayana R. Kocherlakota (1963- )
President and Chief Executive Officer
Ph.D. in economics from the University of Chicago; A.B. in mathematics from Princeton
1985 - 2009 Gary H. Stern (1944- )
President and Chief Executive Officer
Ph.D. in economics from Rice University; A.B. in economics from Washington University, St. Louis
1980-1984 E. Gerald Corrigan (1941- )
President
Ph.D. in economics from Fordham University
1977-1980 Mark H. Willes (1941- )
President
Ph.D. from Columbia University, BA from Columbia College
1971-1976 Bruce K. MacLaury (1931- )
President
MA and Ph.D. from Harvard, BA from Princeton
1965-1971 Hugh D. Galusha, Jr. (1919-1971)
President
BA from University of Pennsylvania, passed bar exam in Montana
1957-1965 Frederick L. Deming (1913-2003)
President
Received B.A., M.A. and Ph.D. from Washington University, St. Louis
1952-1957 Oliver S. Powell (1896-1957)
President
Graduated from the University of Minnesota
1936-1952 John N. Peyton (1885-1975)
President*
Graduated from Yale University
1933-1936 John N. Peyton (1885-1975)
Chairman and Federal Reserve Agent
Graduated from Yale University
1926-1936 William B. Geery (1867-1949)
Governor
Educated in public schools, Ripon, WI
1924-1933 John R. Mitchell (1868-1933)
Chairman and Federal Reserve Agent
Ph.D. from Yale University
1919-1926 Roy Young (1882-1960)
Governor
Educated in public schools, Marquette, MI
1914-1919 Theodore Wold (1868-1945)
Governor
Educated in public schools, Decorah, IA
1914-1924 John H. Rich (1856-1924)
Chairman and Federal Reserve Agent
Educated in public schools, Lake Geneva, Wisconsin


* Banking Act of 1935 abolished the dual role of governor and agent and created a single leadership role — president.

 
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