Federal Reserve Bank of Boston appoints Steffanie Brady to its executive committee
Brady, who is responsible for Bank’s financial activities, now to oversee strategic direction of IT and information security groups as Chief Information Officer
The Federal Reserve Bank of Boston is pleased to announce that Steffanie Brady, senior vice president and chief financial officer, has been appointed chief information officer. Brady will manage the strategic direction to the Bank's information technology and information security groups – including efforts focused on smart automation and strategic data management and analytics. She will also represent the Bank on Federal Reserve System-wide IT initiatives.
In adding the CIO role to her portfolio, Brady now joins the Bank's Executive Committee, a body comprising senior Bank officers who bring perspective from their individual divisions to ensure effective management across the organization.
Brady was named CFO in 2020. She is responsible for all Boston Fed financial activities, including accounting, procurement, and financial planning and analysis. Brady also oversees internal controls in financial reporting functional areas and the Main Street Lending Program.
Prior to becoming CFO, Brady served as a vice president in the Supervision, Regulation & Credit department. There, she co-led the Monitoring Analysis Program within the national Large Institution Supervision Coordinating Committee (LISCC) Supervision Program. She joined the Boston Fed in 2006.
Brady holds a master's in finance from Boston College and a bachelor's from Boston University.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Boston serves the First Federal Reserve District, which includes all of New England except Fairfield County, CT. The Bank monitors local economic conditions to aid in the formulation of monetary policy, and it engages in outreach to promote economic growth and community revitalization. The Boston Fed also supervises banks and bank holding companies, and provides financial services to facilitate banking operations.