From the farm to the presidency

As she retires, Kansas City Fed President and CEO Esther George reflects on 40 years of service.

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'It has been an honor to serve'

In a farewell letter to the Tenth District, Esther George reflects on her presidency and the importance of the bank's work.

Timeline: Looking back on leadership

Explore 40 years of pictures, events and milestones from Esther George's career at the Kansas City Fed.

From the Vault: Balancing career and education

Nearly 30 years ago, Esther George shared her experiences juggling executive duties, family life and graduate studies.

Engaging the community with a broadband ‘data walk’

Neighborhood residents share views on the Bank's research related to high-speed internet access and availability.

Banking forums support career advancement

Two “Banking and the Economy” forums focused on diversity, inclusion, and leadership in the banking industry.

Exploring energy's important role in the global economy

The seventh annual Energy and the Economy Conference examines shifting geopolitics and other forces.

Law Enforcement K-9 becomes honorary Girl Scout

Reese, a member of the Law Enforcement team at the Omaha Branch, received the designation for her service to the community.

Beige Book: Get updated economic snapshots from the region

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