Steffanie Brady is senior vice president of the financial management division and chief financial officer (CFO) at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. She is responsible for all Boston Fed financial activities, including accounting, procurement, financial planning and analysis, and internal controls over financial reporting functional areas. She also leads financial management efforts throughout the Federal Reserve System as a key member of the System-wide Advisory Group on Financial Management.
Prior to becoming CFO, Steffanie was a vice president in the supervision, regulation, and credit (SRC) department where she co-led the Monitoring Analysis Program within the national LISCC Supervision Program. Steffanie joined the Bank in 2006 as an accounting policy specialist and progressively took on more expansive leadership and oversight roles, including in the Comprehensive Capital Analysis and Review stress testing evaluation exercise and as a recognized expert on asset management industry issues. Steffanie is a 2013 recipient of the System’s William Taylor Award for Excellence in Bank Supervision.
Prior to joining the Federal Reserve, Steffanie oversaw corporate financial reporting at Putnam Investments and led assurance audits for various financial service sector clients at PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Steffanie holds a M.S. in finance from Boston College, a bachelor’s. from Boston University, and a certificate in artificial intelligence from MIT Sloan Executive Education.
M.S. in finance, Boston College
B.S., Boston University.