Reginald "Reggie" Chever II is vice president and regional executive of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta. As part of the Regional Economic Information Network, or REIN, Chever is responsible for gathering economic intelligence in the local business and academic community to support the Atlanta Fed's contributions to the monetary policy process. He also leads the Community Depository Institutions Advisory Council and the Organized Labor Advisory Council and provides support for public outreach, economic education, and corporate citizenship.
From 2018 to 2022, Chever served as assistant vice president in the Retail Payments Office of Federal Reserve Financial Services with responsibility for the national and cross-border automated clearing house (ACH) and check payments processing operations as well as customer support functions. He oversaw the Federal Reserve's 2021 implementation of a new same-day ACH distribution and settlement window. Chever co-led strategic design efforts for FRFS Enterprise Customer Support, helping to create the department's organizational structure, operating model, and requirements for other resources.
Chever's Atlanta Fed career began in 1998 in the Cash Department at the Jacksonville Branch. He later served in roles of increasing responsibility in Jacksonville's Human Resources and Corporate Communications and Planning Departments before transferring to the Atlanta office in 2004. He has since held various leadership positions in Law Enforcement, Business Continuity, and Records and Information Management. In 2016, Chever was appointed to assistant vice president with responsibility for the District's Business Continuity Office and Records and Information Management. While in this role, he revamped the District's Business Continuity Office to focus on enterprise resilience planning and adaptive preparedness and response strategies. He also served in leadership roles at both System and District levels.
A native of Jacksonville, Florida, Chever earned an MBA from Georgia State University's Robinson School of Business and a bachelor's degree in business administration from the American Intercontinental University. Cheever is actively engaged in his community and serves on the boards of the Atlanta Police Foundation and Sheltering Arms.Updated October 2023