The late E. Gerald Corrigan

Position title
Chair Emeritus

E. Gerald Corrigan was the seventh president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. He was also president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis. 

After his time at the Federal Reserve, Corrigan was chairman of the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision and director of the Council on Foreign Relations. 

Corrigan worked for Goldman Sachs as a partner and managing director for twenty-two years. In his later years at the firm, from 2008 until his retirement in 2016, he was chairman of GS Bank USA. 

Corrigan was also vice-chairman of the Federal Open Market Committee. 

He held master's and doctorate degrees in economics from Fordham University and a bachelor's degree also in economics from Fairfield University.