GIC announces five new College of Central Bankers Inductees for 2020
July 20, 2020
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
The Global Interdependence Center (GIC) is delighted to announce the induction of its 2020 Fellows into its College of Central Bankers. The only organization of its kind, the College of Central Bankers allows its Fellows to continue to share their unique insight and knowledge following careers as leaders in global Central Banking.
The newly inducted 2020 Fellows are:
- David Blanchflower, Former Member of the Monetary Policy Committee of the Bank of England
- Jose De Gregorio, Former President of the Central Bank of Chile
- Patrick Honohan, Former Governor of Central Bank of Ireland
- José Manuel González Páramo, Former Member of the Executive Board of the European Central Bank
- Alfonso Prat-Gay, Former Governor of the Central Bank of Argentina
These join existing Fellows of the College of Central Bankers:
- Christian Noyer, Honorary Governor, Banque de France (2018)
- William Poole, Senior Fellow, Cato Institute and Former President of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis (2018)
- Anthony Santomero, Former President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia (2018)
- Dennis Lockhart, Former President & CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta (2019)
- Charles Plosser, Former President & CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia (2019)
On May 28, 2020, GIC hosted a special College of Central Bankers Executive Briefing webinar with Dennis Lockhart, former President & CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta and 2019 CCB Fellow, who offered his insight on the monetary policy response to the COVID-19 pandemic. About the College, Lockhart thanked the Global Interdependence Center stating, “It is an honor to be inducted into the College of Central Bankers alongside my distinguished colleagues in the Central Banking community. This is a very unique organization. I look forward to sharing ideas and dialogue among the College Fellows and engaging with the broader GIC membership through the College of Central Bankers’ programs.”
Peter A. Gold, GIC Board Vice Chair, College of Central Bankers adds that: “I am delighted that the 2020 Fellows have been elected to our group of global thought leaders. The unique individual and assembled intellectual and practical experiences, which the College of Central Bankers represents, is truly impressive, especially as a group. GIC is fortunate to have the opportunity to draw upon the thought power and expertise of our College Fellows on issues impacting the global economic landscape.”
The College and its membership operates within the GIC umbrella and with GIC’s administrative support.
Contact: For more information, and interview inquiries with Fellows of the College of Central Bankers, please contact Colleen Murphy, Manager of Marketing and Communications, at [email protected] or 215-238-0990.
About the Global Interdependence Center: The Global Interdependence Center (GIC) is a Philadelphia-based nonprofit organization that seeks to stimulate thoughtful, global dialogue on a wide range of issues that affect the international community, including economics, health care and government. Since 1976, GIC \has convened conferences and roundtable discussions, both domestically and internationally, to identify and address emerging global issues. For more information, visit GIC’s website at www.interdependence.org.Download