Jean Burson |
Jean Burson is a policy advisor for the Office of Policy Analysis at the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland. Her responsibilities include recommending and guiding the Bank’s policy responses to the mortgage foreclosure crisis, the spillover effects of vacancy and abandonment, and financial system regulatory reform.
Jean joined the Bank’s Research Department in 1994 and contributed to economic analysis and research, including several publications on monetary policy topics. She also served on a national group dedicated to payments system research, participated in the Federal Reserve System’s study of its future role in the payments system, and authored a white paper on the impact of terrorism on cash services.
In 1998, Jean assumed responsibilities in the Bank’s Financial Management Department, where she developed and implemented an organizational performance management system, aligned organizational and individual performance management, and integrated strategic planning, financial planning, and risk management processes. In 2008, she assumed her current position in the Bank’s Office of Policy Analysis.
Jean holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from Oberlin College and an MBA with a concentration in banking and finance from the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University.