Area: Corporate
Title: BPE Relationship Senior Associate
Education: New York University; Pace University

Why the Fed?

As the U.S. central bank, the Fed offers one the opportunity to understand the role it plays in economic research, setting monetary policy, supervision and regulation, risk management and financial services. I joined the New York Fed to broaden my banking system perspective, serve my country and make a meaningful difference.

My Responsibilities

Advancing a culture of excellence and strengthening operational risk management practices are strategic imperatives of the Bank. Currently, I work with a dynamic group of professionals in the Business Process Excellence Office, the Strategic Investment and Risk Assessment Office and around the Bank to develop and deploy the Bank's Business Process Excellence (BPE) program. Managing and leading cross-functional BPE initiatives, monitoring BPE efforts across the Bank, partnering to build a support infrastructure, conducting events, managing suppliers and advising business areas, are highlights of my day-to-day responsibilities.

Challenges and Rewards of My Job

Navigating New York Fed business areas and understanding the culture comes with time and coaching. Understanding the myriad of operations requires a quick ramp up on the learning curve. The good news for continuous learners is that every day is a learning experience. You have an opportunity to meet brilliant people and build great working relationships. You also have the opportunity to raise your hand for opportunities where you believe you can make a substantial contribution to organization.

How Is the Fed Unique?

The New York Fed is unique in the scope of its work, which across the lines of business spans either globally, nationally, regionally or locally. The workforce is diverse and comes to the table with different skills, experiences and perspectives. The New York Fed strives to offer work life balance, wherever possible, with flexible work arrangements under a comprehensive benefits package. New York Fed employees also enjoy an array of networking affinity groups that are open for anyone to join. The newest group—Generations—celebrates multigenerational diversity within the Fed!