Stephanie Zierten is an assistant vice president and assistant general counsel in the Legal department at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. In addition, she is the assistant corporate secretary to the Bank’s Board of Directors. She is a practicing attorney with expertise in technology law, including complex transactions, intellectual property, and cybersecurity and data privacy, as well governance matters.
Prior to joining the Boston Fed in 2014, Stephanie held a variety of leadership positions in government, including that of deputy general counsel for the Information Technology Division of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Before entering public service work, Stephanie was an associate at private practice Testa, Hurwitz, and Thibeault, LLP. Upon graduating from law school, she clerked for the Honorable Susan Beck at the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Appeals Court.
Stephanie holds a J.D. from Northeastern University School of Law and a B.S. in electrical engineering from Boston University. During her time at the Bank, Stephanie has served as the Secretary to the Business Commitments and Performance Committee (BCPC).
J.D., Northeastern University School of Law
B.S. in electrical engineering, Boston University