Michael A. Jessee

Former President & Chief Executive Officer at Federal Home Loan Bank of Boston

Michael A. Jessee

Michael A. Jessee

Former President & Chief Executive Officer at Federal Home Loan Bank of Boston

Biography

Michael A. Jessee was President and Chief Executive Officer of the Federal Home Loan Bank of Boston from May, 1989 to April 1, 2009. Prior to joining the Federal Home Loan Bank of Boston, he served as Executive Vice President, Chief Operating Officer, Executive Vice President of Economics and Corporate Policy, Senior Vice President, Chief Economist, Assistant Vice President, and Director of Research for the Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco. Dr. Jessee was an Economist with the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. He is Chairman and a Trustee of the State Street Navigator Securities Lending Trust, a Trustee of Randolph-Macon College, and a Director of Pentegra Defined Benefit Plan for Financial Institutions. Dr. Jesseek received a BA degree from Randolph-Macon College, and an MA degree, an MBA, and a PhD from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.

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Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco
Federal Home Loan Bank of Boston

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761

Number of Boards

4

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Chief Executive Officer at Equity Trust Co.

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Fund Advisor at Thompson, Siegel & Walmsley LLC

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Chief Executive Officer at Federal Home Loan Bank of Des Moines

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Vice Chairman at Pentegra Retirement Services

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Chief Business Officer & Executive Vice President at Federal Home Loan Bank of Boston

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Chief Financial Officer & Executive Vice President at Federal Home Loan Bank of Boston

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Chief Risk Officer & Senior Vice President at Federal Home Loan Bank of Boston

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Chief Accounting Officer, Vice President & Controller at Federal Home Loan Bank of Boston

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Former President & Chief Executive Officer at Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco

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Former President & Chief Executive Officer at Federal Home Loan Bank of Seattle

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Michael A. Jessee
Former President & Chief Executive Officer at Federal Home Loan Bank of Boston
Education
BA

Randolph-Macon College was born of a need that the United Methodist Church had for educated ministers to spread their new faith in the new republic. Since its founding in 1830, the mission of the college has been to develop the minds and characters of young men and women who come to Randolph-Macon from all over the United States and throughout the world. Through personal interaction that occurs between our faculty and students, this "hand cultivation" has bonded relationships that last a lifetime. Randolph-Macon promotes the freedom and confidence that a liberal arts education instills in students who leave the college as leaders and life-long learners. Our graduates have made their marks in the halls of government, in boardrooms, operating rooms and classrooms. Some have achieved financial prosperity and others popular acclaim. Most have made a difference in their communities. All share a bond in that Randolph-Macon nurtured their dreams and helped them take the steps that made these dreams a reality. These bonds, these dreams and these achievements are the intangibles that connect graduates, faculty and staff of the college across generations.

PhD

The Wharton School is the business school of the University of Pennsylvania, an Ivy League university in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Wharton was the world’s first collegiate business school and the first business school in the United States. It was established in 1881 through a donation of Joseph Wharton.

Career History
President & Chief Executive Officer
1989 - 2009

Federal Home Loan Bank of Boston provides financial services and products. It offers overnight funding, fixed-rate advances, variable rate indexed advances. The firm also offers deposit services, fed settlement, funds transfer, safekeeping, custodial mortgages accounts, and internet access. The company was founded in 1932 and is headquartered in Boston, MA.

Chief Operating Officer
Prior

Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco provides financing, community development grants and other banking services. Its services include grant programs such as affordable housing program, wish program, credit programs like community investment programs and community works. The company is headquartered in San Francisco, CA.

Economist
Prior

The Federal Reserve Bank of New York works within the Federal Reserve System and with other public and private sector institutions to foster the safety, soundness and vitality of our economic and financial systems.

Boards & Committees
Director
Prior

Council of Federal Home Loan Banks, part of Federal Home Loan Bank System, is an American company located in Washington, DC, focused on federal and federally-sponsored credit agencies.

Non-Profit Donations & Grants

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$5,000 - $10K
2012

Randolph-Macon College was born of a need that the United Methodist Church had for educated ministers to spread their new faith in the new republic. Since its founding in 1830, the mission of the college has been to develop the minds and characters of young men and women who come to Randolph-Macon from all over the United States and throughout the world. Through personal interaction that occurs between our faculty and students, this "hand cultivation" has bonded relationships that last a lifetime. Randolph-Macon promotes the freedom and confidence that a liberal arts education instills in students who leave the college as leaders and life-long learners. Our graduates have made their marks in the halls of government, in boardrooms, operating rooms and classrooms. Some have achieved financial prosperity and others popular acclaim. Most have made a difference in their communities. All share a bond in that Randolph-Macon nurtured their dreams and helped them take the steps that made these dreams a reality. These bonds, these dreams and these achievements are the intangibles that connect graduates, faculty and staff of the college across generations.

$25K +
2010

Randolph-Macon College was born of a need that the United Methodist Church had for educated ministers to spread their new faith in the new republic. Since its founding in 1830, the mission of the college has been to develop the minds and characters of young men and women who come to Randolph-Macon from all over the United States and throughout the world. Through personal interaction that occurs between our faculty and students, this "hand cultivation" has bonded relationships that last a lifetime. Randolph-Macon promotes the freedom and confidence that a liberal arts education instills in students who leave the college as leaders and life-long learners. Our graduates have made their marks in the halls of government, in boardrooms, operating rooms and classrooms. Some have achieved financial prosperity and others popular acclaim. Most have made a difference in their communities. All share a bond in that Randolph-Macon nurtured their dreams and helped them take the steps that made these dreams a reality. These bonds, these dreams and these achievements are the intangibles that connect graduates, faculty and staff of the college across generations.

N/A
2009

Randolph-Macon College was born of a need that the United Methodist Church had for educated ministers to spread their new faith in the new republic. Since its founding in 1830, the mission of the college has been to develop the minds and characters of young men and women who come to Randolph-Macon from all over the United States and throughout the world. Through personal interaction that occurs between our faculty and students, this "hand cultivation" has bonded relationships that last a lifetime. Randolph-Macon promotes the freedom and confidence that a liberal arts education instills in students who leave the college as leaders and life-long learners. Our graduates have made their marks in the halls of government, in boardrooms, operating rooms and classrooms. Some have achieved financial prosperity and others popular acclaim. Most have made a difference in their communities. All share a bond in that Randolph-Macon nurtured their dreams and helped them take the steps that made these dreams a reality. These bonds, these dreams and these achievements are the intangibles that connect graduates, faculty and staff of the college across generations.

Political Donations
$250
2007

Honorary Campaign Chairman at Jimmy Tingle's Campaign for Lieutenant Governor of Massachusetts, 2018

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