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Erin Henry

Erin Henry is a research associate at the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond. Henry earned her bachelor's degree in mathematics and economics from the University of Maryland. Her research interests include microeconomics, health economics, the economics of education, and public policy.

As a second-year associate, Henry collaborates with economists at the Richmond Fed. She has worked with Pierre Sarte on multiple projects, including forecasting secular changes in the sectoral composition of the U.S. economy with Andreas Hornstein. She also assists John Bailey Jones with his research on the medical spending habits of older Americans. Finally, she helps prepare board of directors presentations and update the National Economic Indicators.