Mr. Kodat has led more than 15 projects, several focusing on long-term strategic visioning and planning. He brings 20 years of commercial and investment banking experience with JPMorganChase, and six years of senior level federal government experience at the Department of the Treasury. He was appointed by President George W. Bush in 2001 to serve as Deputy Assistant Secretary of Treasury, responsible for Federal Financial Policy. Some of his tasks at Treasury included: policy formulation for the 2006 Postal Accountability and Enhancement Act; rule-making and oversight of Federal loan and loan guarantee programs; and managing the Federal Financing Bank (a $32 billion bank at that time). Mr. Kodat holds a BS in Education from Northwestern University and both an MBA in Finance and MA in Political Science from Indiana University.