Podcast interview: New Boston Fed president discusses return to region, Fed’s focus on inflation
Six Hundred Atlantic interviews Susan M. Collins
Susan M. Collins took over as president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston in July during a busy time for the organization – and an important and challenging time for the U.S. central bank.
Last week, she sat down for an interview with the Six Hundred Atlantic podcast to talk about the Fed’s focus on restoring price stability. She also spoke about her return to New England after decades away, including how she plans to get reacquainted with the area, its people, and its economic challenges. And she discussed her background and the range of work underway at the Boston Fed to support the Fed’s mission, which she described as supporting “a vibrant, resilient, and inclusive economy that works for all.”
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