Christina Miller is a senior vice president at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York where she leads the Strategic Planning Office. Her team is responsible for enabling effective and efficient use of the Bank’s resources through strategic planning, resource planning, performance measurement and evaluation, and transformation/performance management. Previously Christina led the Bank’s human resources analytics and information systems function, responsible for implementation and support of HR technology solutions, development of workforce analytics and reporting, and financial management for HR businesses. She also currently serves as a co-ombudsperson for the Bank.
Christina came to the New York Fed in December 2008 from Lehman Brothers, where she was the chief administrative officer in the talent management division, responsible for technology, operations and financial management. Prior to Lehman Brothers, she spent seven years in accounting and auditing with Price Waterhouse.
Christina holds a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Chicago and a bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of Delaware.