Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
September 12, 2011
Scott Turner is Vice President and Community Affairs Officer and oversees the Community Development Department in the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. Scott joined the Bank in 2002 with diverse experience in areas such as municipal and international finance, housing policy and research, and sovereign risk assessment. A Seattle native, Scott spent most of his professional life in New York City, divided equally between the public and private sectors. His public sector experience includes positions as Director of Research in New York City’s Finance Department and Deputy Commissioner for Policy in the City’s Department of Housing Preservation and Development. His private sector positions were Senior Analyst in the International Finance Department at Standard & Poor’s and Executive Director of the Sovereign Risk Group at Morgan Stanley. Scott has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from Western Washington University and a Master of Public Policy degree from UC Berkeley.