Jennifer Burns is executive vice president in the Supervision, Regulation & Credit department where she is responsible for leading supervisory activities for the Richmond Fed's state member banks and holding companies.
Jennifer Burns leads all supervisory activities for the Richmond Fed’s state member banks and holding companies, as well as the Bank’s Credit Risk Management function. In addition to her Fifth District responsibilities, Burns serves as a member of the Federal Reserve System’s Senior Supervisory Group, Co-Chair of the Consumer Compliance Management Group, on the Quantitative Resource Oversight Committee, the Subcommittee for Planning and Performance, the Subcommittee for Supervision Administration and Technology and the Large Institution Supervision Coordinating Committee.
Burns began her career at the Richmond Fed in 1991 as an assistant examiner in the Bank Supervision and Regulation Department. Since that time, she has held various roles within the Department, including leading the Bank of America supervisory team, taking the helm as Senior Vice President — Supervision, Regulation and Credit in 2010, and being promoted to Executive Vice President — Supervision, Regulation and Credit in 2016.