Becky L. Gunn

Rebecca L. Gunn (Becky) is vice president and regional executive of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta. As part of the Regional Economic Information Network, she is responsible for economic intelligence gathering in the local business and academic community to support the Atlanta Bank's contributions to the monetary policy process. On behalf of the bank, she is responsible for leading the Community Depository Institutions Advisory Council and the Organized Labor Advisory Council. She also provides support for public outreach, economic education, and corporate citizenship.

From 2013 to 2017, Ms. Gunn served as assistant vice president and corporate secretary as well as assistant to the president and first vice president. In this role, she oversaw governance, planning, reporting, and administrative support to the Board of Directors and Board committees. She also provided support to the Bank's Board of Directors' Search Committee for the Atlanta Bank presidential search process and led the Bank's values refresh project.

Ms. Gunn joined the Atlanta Fed in 1996 as an analyst in the planning and control department. She was promoted to supervisor shortly afterward and then to senior auditor. In 2005, she transferred to the Retail Payments Office, where she held positions of increasing responsibility, including financial product coordinator and portfolio manager. In 2011, she joined the Human Resources department as a business liaison providing strategic support and guidance to business areas throughout the Bank.

A native of Birmingham, Alabama, Ms. Gunn earned a bachelor's degree in management from the Georgia Institute of Technology. She is a board member-at-large for the United Way of Greater Atlanta, serves as the Atlanta Community Group Leader for the Marfan Foundation and as a member of the Foundation's Patient & Program Services Committee, and serves on the Finance Committee of Camp Twin Lakes.

Updated January 2019