Lori Logan Was At NY Fed Before - More On Her Career
Lori Logan is presently the Federal Reserve Bank of New York's executive vice president and manager of the Federal Reserve's $9 trillion securities portfolio.
She was a key figure in developing and implementing the Federal Reserve's COVID-19 pandemic response strategy. This involved being in charge of many institutions that supported market functioning and credit flow.
Since 2012, she has also led Market Operations, Monitoring, and Analysis. When Logan takes office, she will be the Fed's eighth female policymaker, significantly diversifying a group traditionally controlled by White men.
She is already well-known among senior officials: she attends Federal Open Market Committee meetings and provides policymakers with advice in her current position.
Logan joined the New York Fed's Policy and Analysis division in Bank Supervision in June 1999. She joined the Markets Group in 2000 and has held many senior positions there, including Chief of Staff and co-head of MOMA.
Moreover, he has worked as the director of MOMA since 2014 and the director of SOMA since 2019.