Vice President and Regional Executive, Seattle
Christina Prkic is vice president and regional executive of the Seattle branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. In this role, Christina engages with members of the business and banking sectors, as well as with community and government leaders in Washington and Alaska as part of the Bank’s commitment to understanding and reflecting the communities it serves. She is a senior leader who represents the San Francisco Fed in the region and oversees the Seattle Board of Directors and Advisory Councils, including their contribution to monetary policy decisions.
Christina joined the San Francisco Fed in 2013, starting her career in the Bank’s People + Culture Group. Over the course of her decade-long career, Christina has held roles of increasing responsibility. She joined the Seattle branch leadership team in 2018. Most recently, Christina served as Vice President of Identity and Access Management in the Bank’s Information and Technology Services Group where she spearheaded strategies to advance culture change and modernization within various IT teams.
Prior to joining the Fed, she practiced law for more than ten years in the private and public sectors, with significant experience in direct public engagement.
Christina received a juris doctor from the University of Miami School of Law and a bachelor of arts degree in political science with a concentration in international affairs from the University of Florida.
Christina serves her community as a board member of the Washington Council for Economic and Financial Education.