Corey Johnson is an assistant vice president in the Cash Services department at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. Corey is responsible for supporting ongoing cash operations, Federal Reserve System-level high priority objectives, and a newly established multi-year cash space planning and equipment evaluation plan. Prior to this role, Corey was an assistant vice president in the Invoice Processing Platform (IPP) group where he was responsible for the IPP’s client services and business strategy functions.
Corey has been with the Boston Fed since 1999 and held positions of increasing responsibility in TreasuryDirect and the Invoice Processing Platform (IPP). He successfully participated in the Federal Reserve System’s Thrive leadership development program and MIT’s Greater Boston Executive Program.