Cleveland Fed Appoints Dalton as CFO

CLEVELAND – The Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland has named Jacqueline Dalton senior vice president and chief financial officer.

Dalton joined the Cleveland Fed in 2012 as a bank examiner and has steadily progressed through roles of increasing responsibility and complexity. She has held manager and officer roles in the bank’s audit, supervision and regulation, and people and culture divisions. Most recently she served as senior vice president and chief diversity officer.

Before joining the Cleveland Fed, Dalton spent 20 years with KeyBank in various leadership roles, including district retail leader and national program manager.

The CFO leads the development of the bank’s accounting, budgeting and forecasting strategies, among other duties. The CFO also is a member of thebank’s executive leadership team.

“Across all of her roles, Jackie has excelled in the work at hand and in supporting and building her teams to be very effective in executing on the Fed’s public service mission,” says Loretta J. Mester, president and CEO of the Cleveland Fed.

Dalton holds an MBA with a concentration in accounting from Case Western Reserve University and a BBA in finance from Cleveland State University. She is a certified public accountant, certified internal auditor, certified financial planner, certified regulatory compliance manager, and certified diversity executive.

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