Members of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City’s boards of directors gathered in April in Omaha for a joint meeting and community engagement activities.
Regularly, directors from the Bank’s Kansas City office will travel to a joint meeting with counterparts from Denver, Oklahoma City or Omaha to conduct Reserve Bank business, interact with local leaders and learn more about the areas of the Tenth District that each Branch office serves.
The April activities included meeting with military officials and U.S. Treasury executives to learn more about the Omaha Branch’s support of the Bank’s Stored Value Card program. The program is a fiscal agent partnership between the Federal Reserve and the Treasury that provides an electronic cash management solution for U.S. military personnel around the world. During the April gathering, directors also marked Kansas City Fed President Esther George’s 40th year of service.