Learn about the unique experiences and diverse stories from the SF Fed.

  • Former Intern Embraces Vulnerability and Brings New Strength to Fulltime Role

    Meet Bryan Duong, a former GOLD intern who is now a fulltime employee with the San Francisco Fed on the Strategy, Risk, and Analytics team. He talks about his internship experience, his new role, and advice for future interns.

  • Mastering the Power of Connection

    For Ed Espiritu, a senior change management analyst at the SF Fed, relationship building is key to creating successful teams and solving difficult problems.

  • Creating a Workplace for All Abilities and Disabilities

    As co-chairs of FedAble, one of the SF Fed’s employee resource groups, Briana Krieger-Maddalena and Oscar Caicedo-Wong champion inclusion, empathy, and opportunity for neurodiverse and physically diverse community members.

  • Celebrating Latinx Contributions to the SF Fed

    For Unidos Co-Chair Elizabeth Parrott, the SF Fed’s resource group for Latinx employees is a way to celebrate her culture, build awareness, and connect with the community.

  • Contracts Specialist Embraces Her Authentic Self at the SF Fed

    Over the course of 21 years at the San Francisco Fed, Patricia Gonzalez’s work identity shifted—to that of her authentic self. For this purchasing and contracts specialist, it unlocked an ability to stretch professional muscles and accomplish more than she ever knew she could.

  • Saying ‘Yes’ to Opportunity in Salt Lake City Cash Operations

    Get to know Angela Moore, the ultimate utility player in cash operations proudly serving the public from our Salt Lake City Branch.

  • Pride in Bringing Your Whole Self to Work

    For Shirin Amini and Chris Wong, co-chairs of the SF Fed’s 12LGBTQF employee resource group, the Fed is a space to encourage conversations and understanding about issues for both LGBTQ+ people and allies, in order to bring about a more empathetic workplace and society.

  • Inspiring Leadership Rooted in Asian Culture and Tradition

    Min Wang first joined InspirAsian to share her love of dance and Chinese music. Now, as co-chair of the group, she helps create opportunities for Asian employees to showcase their cultures, traditions, and passions, as well as to develop their leadership skills and address issues that impact their communities.

  • Empowering Women to Advance Personally and Professionally

    The Women’s Professional Network mission is to empower, develop, and promote women. For Co-Chairs Katherine Kadar and Anastasia Rodgers, the WPN has been a way to spur meaningful conversations around women’s issues, while also finding personal and professional growth.

  • Creating Space for Black Leadership at the SF Fed

    For Co-Chairs Jacques Hebert and Charlene Sherman, Mosaic is a way to build community within the Bank, as well as to address some of the challenges Black people continue to face in society and in the workplace.