Federal Reserve Bank VP to speak Feb. 4 at UT Martin
Posted: Wednesday, January 27, 2010 11:27 am
The Messenger 01.27.10
Julie Stackhouse, senior vice president and managing officer of Banking Supervision and Discount Window Lending at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, will speak on “From Crisis to Recovery: The Reshaping of the Financial and Regulatory System” at the University of Tennessee at Martin at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 4.
Her appearance in Watkins Auditorium, located in the Boling University Center, will be co-sponsored by Honors Programs, the Horace and Sara Dunagan Chair of Excellence in Banking and the Department of Accounting, Finance, Economics and Political Science.
“Julie Stackhouse has more than 25 years of service in the Federal Reserve system. As senior vice president of the St. Louis branch, which governs the district which includes west Tennessee, she is a crucial contributor to the economic decision-making team for our area,” said Dr. Dan McDonough, UT Martin Honors Programs director. “In these difficult and uncertain economic times, it will be interesting to hear her views on the causes of the current economic crisis and our progress towards recovery.”
Ms. Stackhouse received a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Drake University and graduated from the Wisconsin Graduate School of Banking. She joined the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City in 1980 as an examiner and worked her way through the system before being promoted to vice president of bank supervision and regulation in 1989.
In 1995, she left the Federal Reserve, moved to Minnesota and spent the next five years raising her children, while remaining active in volunteer work, including service as chair of the local Economic Development Commission and as a member of the Arts and Humanities Council.
In 2000, she returned to the Federal Reserve system and served as vice president and managing officer of risk management for the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis. In 2002, she moved to the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis as senior vice president of the bank supervision and regulation division.
She has numerous publications and presentations to her credit and is active in the community.
For more information, call McDonough at (731) 881-7436.