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Janet L. Yellen

AKA Janet Louise Yellen

Born: 13-Aug-1946
Birthplace: Brooklyn, NY

Gender: Female
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Economist
Party Affiliation: Democratic

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Federal Reserve Chair

Husband: George A. Akerlof (2001 Nobel Prize in Economics)
Son: Robert

    University: BA Economics, Brown University (1967)
    University: PhD Economics, Yale University (1971)
    Professor: Harvard University (1971-76)
    Scholar: Research Fellow, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1974)
    Professor: London School of Economics (1978-80)
    Professor: University of California at Berkeley (1980-)

    US Federal Reserve Chairman (1-Feb-2014 to present)
    Federal Reserve Vice Chairman (2010-14)
    Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco President and CEO (2004-10)
    Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development Economic Policy Committee (1997-99)
    US Council of Economic Advisers (1997-99)
    US Federal Reserve Governor (1994-97)
    American Academy of Arts and Sciences 2001
    American Economic Association Vice President
    Brookings Institution Advisory Board, Panel on Economic Activity (1999)
    European Centre For International Political Economy Advisory Board (1999-)
    US Congressional Budget Office Advisor
    Council on Foreign Relations (1976-81)
    John Kerry for President
    National Academy of Sciences Panel on Ensuring the Best Presidential Science and Technology Appointments (2000)
    National Association for Business Economics Fellow
    National Bureau of Economic Research Research Associate
    Pacific Council on International Policy Board of Directors
    Western Economic Association
    Phi Beta Kappa Society (1965)
    Guggenheim Fellowship (1986-87)

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