Vanderlip Joins Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland as Vice President of Human Resources

Michelle C. Vanderlip joined the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland as vice president of human resources, effective June 28, 2006. Her responsibilities include talent management, organization and leadership development, performance management, and succession planning for the Bank, including its branch offices in Cincinnati and Pittsburgh.

 Prior to joining the Bank, Vanderlip was principal consultant at the SOAR Consulting Group, LLC, a human resources consulting firm. Vanderlip also previously held human resource positions with Baker & Hostetler, LLP, Ernst & Young, and Parker Hannifin Corporation.

Vanderlip has a bachelor's degree from Michigan State University and a master's degree in business administration from Cleveland State University. She has also completed post-graduate programs at the Gestalt Institute of Cleveland. 

Vanderlip is a member of a number of professional organizations, including the International Coaching Federation, the Human Resource Planning Society, the American Society for Training and Development, and the Society for Human Resource Management.

The Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland is one of twelve regional Reserve Banks that, along with the Board of Governors in Washington, D.C., comprise the Federal Reserve System.  As the nation's central bank, the Federal Reserve System formulates U.S. monetary policy, supervises banks and bank holding companies, and provides payment services to financial institutions and to the U.S. government. Payment services include check clearing, electronic payments, and the distribution of currency and coin.

The Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland's main office in Cleveland, and its branch offices in Cincinnati and Pittsburgh, serve the Fourth Federal Reserve District, which includes Ohio, western Pennsylvania, eastern Kentucky, and the northern panhandle of West Virginia. About 850 of the Bank's 1,400 employees work out of the Cleveland headquarters.

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