Adrienne Slack | LSU CES

Advisory Council


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Coordinating Regional Executive

Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta | New Orleans Branch


Adrienne Slack is the coordinating regional executive of the Bank’s Regional Economic Information Network (REIN). In this role she serves as the lead regional executive, assuming responsibility for coordinating the REIN strategic plan, outputs, and talent pipeline for the Sixth District. She also works with the Research director to determine REIN alignment with monetary policy deliberations.
She is responsible for the New Orleans Branch's board of directors and the District's Energy Advisory Council, and provides regional input into the Atlanta Fed's monetary policy process. She also contributes to the Atlanta Fed’s strategic planning process and advises on regional community and economic development matters, including economic mobility and resilience.
She joined the Federal Reserve System with the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas’ economic research department and later moved to the District Cash Function Office at the New Orleans Branch. During her Federal Reserve tenure, she served in several national leadership roles, including an assignment at the Board of Governors in Washington, D.C. Prior to assuming her current role, Adrienne was the New Orleans Branch Manager with responsibility for currency services, law enforcement, and facility and support services.
Adrienne is involved in a number of activities, including the United Way of Southeast Louisiana Board of Trustees, Bayou District Foundation, University of Southern Mississippi College of Business Advisory Council, and Louisiana Association of United Way ALICE (Asset Limited Income Constrained Employed) Advisory Committee. In 2006, she was honored by New Orleans CityBusiness at its Women of the Year event.
Raised in Mississippi, Adrienne received a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration with a concentration in economics from the University of Southern Mississippi. She also completed the Executive Development program at Dartmouth College.