Jeanne M. Hogarth is the manager for the Consumer Education and Research Section of the Division of Consumer and Community Affairs at the Federal Reserve Board. She joined the Federal Reserve Board in 1995. Her previous experience includes 7 years of high school teaching, a year on the Extension faculty at the University of Illinois, and 13 years on the consumer economics faculty at Cornell University. During her tenure at Cornell, she was responsible for community education programs related to family financial management and consumer economics through Cornell Cooperative Extension.
At the Federal Reserve Board, she is responsible for research and outreach initiatives related to consumer financial services. Jeanne is responsible for the Board’s consumer information materials on financial services, both in print and web-based. She is the author of numerous scholarly research articles as well as consumer education resources on financial management. Both her research and her consumer education programs have received awards for their excellence. Jeanne received a BS in education from Bowling Green State University and an MS and PhD in family and consumer economics from The Ohio State University.