Doris QuirósVice President
Doris Quirós is a vice president in the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta's Supervision, Regulation, and Credit Division. She is responsible for the Credit and Risk Department and quality assurance. She also oversees the People, Process, and Technology group that includes talent management, staff and fiscal management, records management, information technology, facilities, business continuity, management information systems, and communications. She began her career as an analyst in the statistics department of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and joined the Atlanta Fed in 1996 as a team leader in statistical reports. In 1999, she moved to the Financial Management and Planning Department, overseeing expense accounting, accounts payable operations, financial accounting and asset management. Quirós was appointed assistant vice president of the Financial Statistics and Structure Analysis Department in 2004, a role in which she supervised the collection and analysis of data from financial institutions. Before taking responsibility for credit and risk as an assistant vice president in 2013, she was an assistant vice president in charge of daily operations in the Audit Department. Quirós has held a number of leadership roles at the Federal Reserve System level. She chairs the Committee of Reserves Administration and has served as secretary of the Conference of General Auditors and chair of the System Expense Workgroup. At the Atlanta Fed, she has chaired the Diversity Advisory Council and is a sponsor of the Women Inspiring Success and Empowerment employee resource network. Quirós earned a bachelor of business administration degree in banking and finance from Hofstra University. She is a Certified Internal Auditor and has completed executive development programs at Columbia University, UCLA, and the University of Western Ontario.