Supervision, Regulation & Credit
Jack is an assistant vice president in the Supervision, Regulation & Credit department at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, and is responsible for the collection and data quality analysis of regulatory reports from local financial institutions and administration of regulatory reserves. Jack began his Reserve Bank career in Chicago as an associate economist in 1998. He joined the Boston Fed in 1999 as a bank supervision analyst, and in 2004 became the manager of the Statistics and Supervisory Information area. Jack has held his current position since 2013.
Jack holds a M.S. in agricultural and consumer economics, and a B.S. in agriculture – both from University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign – and has participated in the Greater Boston Executive Program at MIT Sloan School. Jack has four children and enjoys contributing to his local running community as both a coach and advocate on the boards of a local youth club and USATF New England.
M.S. in agricultural and consumer economics, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
B.S. in agriculture, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign