As Vice President of Policy, Jeanne Hogarth works to strengthen CFSIs research program and engagement efforts with government and other key stakeholders. Jeanne brings a wealth of experience to CFSI, most recently having worked as an economist at the Federal Reserve Board. At the Board, she led research projects on consumer financial decision-making, financial services access and inclusion, and household economic stability. Prior to joining the Federal Reserve Board, Ms. Hogarth was a faculty member of consumer economics at Cornell University. She has authored numerous scholarly research articles in leading journals and served as a guest editor for the Journal of Consumer Affairs special issue on Financial Literacy, Public Policy, and Consumer Self-Protection in 2008. She has been a keynote speaker national and international conferences on financial education and family financial stability. In February 2013, Ms. Hogarth was recognized by the Financial Literacy and Education Commission for her outstanding work in the field.
Ms. Hogarth received an M.S. and PhD in Family and Consumer Economics from The Ohio State University. She completed a B.S. in Education from Bowling Green State University.