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Fed Appoints New Director for Consumer and Community Affairs

NewThe Federal Reserve announced on Friday it has appointed Eric S. Belsky as director of the Division of Consumer and Community Affairs, starting in August.

Throughout his career, Belsky has held a number of positions in both the private sector and in academia, including director of housing finance research at Fannie Mae and assistant professor at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. He also served as research director of the Millennial Housing Commission

Currently, he is managing director of the Joint Center for Housing Studies at Harvard, where he also works as lecturer in urban planning and design.

Stepping into his new role, Belsky will succeed Sandra F. Braunstein, who retired earlier this year after serving nearly 27 years at the Fed, including working for the last decade as director of the division.


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