Robin Rockwood oversees the development and execution of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco’s public engagement strategies to create durable relationships with business, community, and government leaders. In this capacity, she manages the community development, government and civic relations, and regional business engagement teams. She is also responsible for overseeing the recruitment and governance of the Twelfth District’s Boards of Directors and advisory councils, as well as the operations of the Office of the Secretary.
Ms. Rockwood joined the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco in 1992. In her career with the Bank, she has held a variety of leadership roles including Portland Branch assistant manager, vice president of business development, district director of public information, and director of community perspectives. In addition, she has chaired a number of District and System task forces covering issues such as check fraud, national sales strategy, and performance management. Prior to joining the Bank, Ms. Rockwood served in a number of leadership positions including senior relationship officer with Electronic Data Services, and as a senior official with the Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco.
Ms. Rockwood is a graduate of the University of Southern California Leadership Program and the Center for Creative Leadership. She earned her bachelor of sciences degree in business management and organizational communication from Marylhurst University in Portland, Oregon, as well as a master’s degree, with distinction, in public administration from California State University at Northridge.