BOMA Boston is pleased to announce Jeffrey C. Fuhrer as guest speaker at BOMA’s 6th Executive Speaker Series Breakfast on Tuesday, December 3, 2013. Mr. Fuhrer will provide a 2014 economic outlook and current landscape. He will also discuss the relative experience of Boston/New England vs. the US throughout the economic crisis and recovery.
BOMA Boston’s Executive Series was developed to bring BOMA Boston members and non members the highest level of networking and education in an accessible environment. Through breakfast and luncheon speaker sessions, BOMA Boston aims to bring members together with local and national industry icons, leaders and prominent executives who will share their unique views and valuable experiences.
Jeffrey C. Fuhrer, Executive Vice President and Senior Policy Advisor, The Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
Jeffrey (Jeff) Fuhrer is Executive Vice President and Senior Policy Advisor at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, and is responsible for the Bank’s regional and community outreach functions. He is an associate economist of the Federal Open Market Committee, and regularly attends this key U.S. policymaking meeting with the Bank’s president. In June 1992 he joined the Bank’s research department as an assistant vice president and economist, and from 1995–2001 headed its Open Economy Macro/International section. In 2000 Fuhrer was named senior vice president and monetary policy advisor, in 2001 he became director of research, and in 2006 he was named executive vice president.
Fuhrer began his career at the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, first as a research assistant, and then in 1985 returned as a senior economist after earning his doctorate. He has been active in economic research for more than two decades, and has served as an associate editor for the American Economic Review. Fuhrer has published numerous scholarly papers on the interactions among monetary policy, inflation, consumer spending, and asset prices. He has been married for 30 years and has three grown children. Fuhrer earned an A.B. in economics with highest honors from Princeton University, and received his M.A. and Ph.D. in economics from Harvard University.
- $750 Sponsorship - Reserved seating for 8 and sponsor recognition on all marketing materials, event webpage, signage, name badges and attendee handout.
- $30 BOMA Member
- $50 BOMA Non-Member
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