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Willene Johnson

MEMBER SINCE: 2021

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History of Employment

Position
Division
Organization
Start
End
Consultant
Self-Employed
2021
Present
Adjunct Faculty
Africa Center for Strategic Studies
National Defense University
2005
Present
President
Komaza, Inc.
2007
2020
Member
Committee for Development Policy
United Nations
2004
2009
Consultant
Self-Employed
2005
2006
Adjunct Professor
International & Development Economics
Cornell University, Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management
2002
2006
Advisor
International Finance
Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System
2003
2005
U.S. Executive Director
Board of Directors
African Development Bank
2000
2001
Vice President & Senior Officer
Equal Employment Opportunity
Federal Reserve Bank of New York
1994
1999
Vice President
International Affairs
Federal Reserve Bank of New York
1994
1995
Assistant Vice President
Research (Financial Market Analysis)
Federal Reserve Bank of New York
1992
1994
Senior Economist, Manager, Assistant Vice President
Foreign Exchange
Federal Reserve Bank of New York
1986
1992
Economist
Research (Banking Studies & External Finance)
Federal Reserve Bank of New York
1982
1986
Primary Policy Areas

Banking/Financial Regulation, Economy, Foreign Policy, Gender Policy, International Aid and Development, National Security, Poverty

Primary Sector of Expertise

Federal

Primary Functions

Academic Faculty, Academic Administration, Economic Forecasting, Risk Management, Strategic Planning

Management Matters Podcast

Grand Challenge: Public Service Spotlight

Public Service Spotlight: Women's History Month with Willene Johnson

Season: 1 Episode:96 | March 14, 2022

Show Notes:

On this episode, we welcome Willene Johnson, an expert in international finance,a former economist with the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, and an Academy Fellow, to discuss her career path in the field of economics, her experience at the African Development Bank, and advancement of women in this field.