As a part of the nation’s central bank, the mission of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City is to formulate monetary policy, protect the banking system, and ensure a safe and efficient payments system for an overall stable, healthy economy.
To accomplish this mission, we must hire and retain highly talented and creative individuals.
To attract the best employees, I believe workplace diversity and equal employment opportunities must be among the Kansas City Fed’s top priorities. Our organization’s strategic planning emphasizes this as essential to carrying out our mission.
We are committed to building a diverse workplace, and are continually striving to achieve this goal. As such, we provide equal employment opportunities regardless of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation or genetic information.
All employees, regardless of what makes them unique, have the opportunity to succeed at the Kansas City Fed.
Esther L. George
President and Chief Executive Officer
Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
Our organization is guided by a diverse team of senior leaders, boards of directors and advisory councils. Fifty percent of our official staff are women. Throughout our history, the Kansas City Fed has maintained a rich tradition of women who've made significant contributions to our organization.
Additional diversity information
We offer free tools, including print and online resources, workshops, speaking engagements, and participate in regional and national programs. Audiences include educators, students, bankers, nonprofits and local governments.
Our Community Affairs professionals promote community development, and fair and impartial access to financial products in low- and moderate-income areas through research, relationship building and resource development.
We are an equal opportunity employer and recruit, hire, train, and promote individuals without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation or genetic information. Review our current workforce composition, the composition of our Research economists, and our minority and female workforce representation.