Dawn B. Morhaus

Dawn Morhaus

Executive Vice President - Treasury, Payments and Program Management Division
Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
1 Memorial Drive
Kansas City, Missouri

Biography

Dawn Morhaus is executive vice president of the Treasury, Payments and Program Management Division. In this role, Ms. Morhaus serves as the Bank’s relationship manager for the U.S. Treasury, overseeing a portfolio of work that spans payments, debt management and information management domains. She also provides oversight for Tenth District Cash and Wholesale payments services to financial institutions, and program and project management and business analysis services to a wide range of Federal Reserve customers including Supervision and Regulation, Human Resources, and the Customer Relations and Support Office. Ms. Morhaus is a member of the Bank's Management Committee, which is responsible for strategic planning and policy direction.

Ms. Morhaus joined the Bank in 1987 and held various staff and management positions in the Computer Systems and Check Collection departments. She was appointed assistant vice president of Retail Payments Support in 1997 and to vice president of Corporate Services in 2000. In 2004, she was named vice president of Treasury Services and, in 2008, assumed additional responsibility for Application Development in the Bank's Information Technology Division. In 2011, Ms. Morhaus was promoted to senior vice president of Treasury Services. She was promoted to executive vice president in 2017. During her career, she has led a number of major technology programs and initiatives.

Ms. Morhaus holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from William Jewell College. She continues to actively support the college by serving as an Executive Advisory Council member for the Department of Business and Leadership.