Women of Jackson Hole

Take a behind-the-scenes look at the 2022 Women of Jackson Hole event.

The female participants of the 2022 Jackson Hole Economic Symposium pose for a photo in front of the Grand Teton Mountain Range.

Kansas City Fed President and CEO Esther George (left) and San Francisco Fed President Mary C. Daly (right) address the Women of Jackson Hole group.

Esther George (left) poses with Gita Gopinath (right), the First Deputy Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund and Jackson Hole panelist.

Federal Reserve Vice Chair Lael Brainard (left) speaks with Boston Fed President Susan M. Collins (right), the first woman of color to lead any of the 12 Regional Reserve Banks.

Cleveland Fed President Loretta K. Mester (left) speaks with Kristin J. Forbes (center) of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Janice Eberly (right), professor at the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.

The women of the Fed. Esther George (second from left), poses with (from left to right) Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland President Loretta J. Mester, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco President Mary C. Daly, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas President Lorie K. Logan, Vice Chair of the Federal Reserve Lael Brainard, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston President Susan M. Collins and Lisa D. Cook, Federal Reserve Board of Governors member.

Rosanna Costa (left), President of the Central Bank of Chile, speaks with Fernanda Guardado (center), Deputy Governor for International Affairs of the Central Bank of Brazil and Sebnem Kalemli-Ozcan (right), Professor University of Maryland.

Lisa D. Cook (left), Federal Reserve Board of Governors member, has a conversation with University of Maryland Professor Sabnem Kalemli-Ozcan (center) and Massachusetts Institute of Technology Professor Deborah Lucas (right).

Esther George (left) poses with Dambisa Moyo (right), co-principal of Versaca Investments.

Pictured, from left: Beth Anne Wilson, director, Division of International Finance, Federal Reserve Board of Governors; Diane Swonk, chief economist, KPMG; Karen Dynan, professor, Harvard University; and Stacey Tevlin, director, Division of Research and Statistics, Federal Reserve Board of Governors.