Dallas Fed Names Alfreda Norman as Senior Vice President
For immediate release: December 16, 2014
DALLAS—The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas has appointed Alfreda Norman as senior vice president.
As a senior vice president, Norman will participate in overall management of the Bank. Norman is responsible for the Bank’s Community Development, Financial Institution Relationship Management and Public Affairs departments.
Norman oversees the Bank’s public outreach programs, which support economic growth and community development and an increased understanding of the economy and the role of the Federal Reserve.
Previously, Norman served as vice president and community development officer. She joined the Bank in 2004 as community development officer. Prior to her time at the Bank, she worked as a vice president for both the residential lending group and the neighborhood development office of Bank of America.
She is a member of the board of directors for Big Thought, a trustee for the Communities Foundation of Texas and co-chair of the steering committee for the North Texas Asset Funders Network. She also serves on the advisory council for Consumer Credit Counseling Services and is a cabinet member of the Dallas Mayor’s Task Force on Poverty.
Norman holds a bachelor’s degree from Southern Methodist University and is a graduate of the University of Virginia’s school of retail banking.
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