ChamberWomen: Leading & Learning Series with Renee Haltom, Vice President & Regional Executive at Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
Name:ChamberWomen: Leading & Learning Series with Renee Haltom, Vice President & Regional Executive at Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
Date:May 19, 2020
Time:12:00 PM - 12:50 PM EDT
Registration:Sorry, public registration for this event has been closed.
Leading and Learning: Leading Through Economic Uncertainty As we try to move forward in this uncharted territory, many of us are learning as we go. There are no blue prints or road maps for how one should best operate in this type of environment. Our hope is that these authentic conversations with a wide-array of speakers will help to provide guidance as we navigate our multi-faceted lives as leaders, employees, and women.
This Event: Renee Haltom will share what she's learning personally about leadership during COVID-19, and how she is communicating with businesses around Virginia to provide more insight around economic issues.
Renee Haltom is a vice president and regional executive at the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond. Her work involves engaging business, banking, and community leaders on national, regional, and local economic conditions to inform the monetary policymaking process, as well as sharing information about the Federal Reserve System.
Haltom is based at the Richmond office and has responsibility for public outreach and engagement in Virginia, as well as for the Richmond Fed's Community Depository Institutions Advisory Council.
Haltom joined the Richmond Fed in 2009 as an economic writer in the Research department, often with a focus on monetary policy, economic theory, and the Federal Reserve. She most recently served as editorial content manager for the Research Publications team, and was editor of Econ Focus magazine from 2015 to 2018. She previously worked in the Research and Public Information departments of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, providing education on monetary policy and the Federal Reserve to a variety of audiences.
Haltom has a bachelor's degree in economics from Michigan State University and a master's degree in economics from the University of San Francisco.