Senior District Manager, Economic Education
Jody Hoff is the Senior District Manager of Economic Education in the Community Engagement Group at the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco (FRBSF). In this role, Jody has the responsibility of developing and executing educational strategies and programs for the nine states within the 12th District, and leads a team with staff in Los Angeles, Portland, San Francisco, and Seattle.
Under Jody’s leadership, the Economic Education team has delivered training and programming to teachers and students throughout the District with a special focus on the use of simulations and web-based content and development of data visualization and video for the classroom. In addition, Jody is involved in a number of research projects examining the effectiveness of instructional strategies and tools.
Prior to her work at FRBSF, Jody served as the President for the Idaho Council on Economic Education and held secondary teaching certificates in economics, mathematics, and social studies. Jody has served on the executive committee for the National Association of Economic Educators and as the chair of Federal Reserve System Economic Education Group.
She has published classroom materials for EconEd Link, the National Council on Economic Education, the Public Broadcasting Service, and has earned teaching honors from the National Teacher Training Institute and the National Association of Economic Educators. Jody has presented programs and trained teachers throughout the U.S. and in China, Greece, Latvia, Russia, and South Korea.
Jody has a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from the University of Idaho, a Master’s in Business Administration from Boise State University, and is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Psychology through Walden University.