Boston Women in Finance and the Institute for Executive Education at Suffolk University are excited to welcome back Lynn E. Browne, EVP, Regional Outreach and Communications at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, for a luncheon presentation on the causes of the recent financial crisis and the implications of the financial turmoil for the real economy. Lunch will be provided.
About Lynn E. Browne: Lynn Elaine Browne is an Executive Vice President at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. She is responsible for the Bank’s regional and community outreach, public information, and employee communications. In this capacity, she oversees the Bank’s analysis of public policy questions facing New England as well as community development and economic education activities. An economist, Dr. Browne was the Bank’s Director of Research from 1993 to 2001 and was responsible for the Bank’s scholarly research and monetary policy analysis. Her personal research has emphasized economic developments in New England. She co-authored the Bank’s influential 1992 study of discrimination in mortgage lending. Dr. Browne earned a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Western Ontario (Canada) and received her doctorate in economics from MIT.