Chever, Gunn Assume New Appointments in REIN
For immediate release: April 11, 2022
Reginald (Reggie) Chever has been named vice president and Atlanta-based regional executive for the Regional Economic Information Network (REIN) at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta. He was previously an assistant vice president in operations in the Retail Payments Office.
In this position, Chever will provide strategic support for REIN throughout Georgia, working with the Atlanta Fed's other regional executives to provide targeted economic intelligence. He'll also contribute to the Bank's community and economic development outreach activities in Georgia and lead both the Community Depository Institutions Advisory Council and Organized Labor Advisory Council.
Chever, who will assume his new role on April 18, 2022, will report to Paula Tkac, senior vice president and associate research director. Chever earned his bachelor's degree in business administration from American Intercontinental University and master's degree in business administration from Georgia State University.
Rebecca (Becky) Gunn, who has served as vice president and Atlanta-based regional executive for REIN since 2018, will assume new responsibilities supporting the Community and Economic Development (CED) area of Research. She will partner with the CED team to integrate insights and intelligence related to the experiences and perspectives of low- and moderate-income communities throughout the Atlanta Fed's District into the formulation of monetary policy.
Gunn will retain her current REIN title and report to Dave Altig, executive vice president and director of research. She has a bachelor's degree in management from the Georgia Institute of Technology.