Kseniya Benderskaya appointed assistant vice president of Community Development
January 31, 2023
DALLAS—The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas has appointed Kseniya Benderskaya as assistant vice president of Community Development.
The Federal Reserve's community development function promotes economic growth and financial stability for low- and moderate-income communities and individuals by partnering with intermediaries, conducting research, and convening stakeholders.
Benderskaya joined the Dallas Fed in 2019, most recently serving as director of Community Development programs and outreach. In this role, she oversaw the Advance Together and Digital Inclusion initiatives that support regional partnerships focused on improving education and employment outcomes for underserved residents in the Eleventh Federal Reserve District.
Before joining the Dallas Fed, Benderskaya spent more than six years at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston where she led a pilot program to remove economic barriers in select smaller cities in Massachusetts.
Benderskaya is a current member of the RAISE Texas board, the Digital Texas Advisory Committee, and the Asset Funders Network’s Central Texas Steering Committee.
She holds a master’s degree in urban planning from Harvard University Graduate School of Design and a bachelor’s degree from Duke University.
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