NEW YORK – The Federal Reserve Bank of New York announced that Susan W. Mink, executive vice president of the Human Resources (HR) Group, has announced her decision to retire from the Bank in the second quarter of 2019, after nearly 10 years of service. Ms. Mink also serves on the Bank’s Management Committee.
“Susan has made a lasting mark on the Bank and its people,” said Michael Strine, first vice president and chief operating officer. “Her legacy of strategic leadership has moved the Bank toward more modern human resource practices. She also has built a strong team that positions the Bank well for next steps forward.”
During her tenure, Ms. Mink helped turn HR into a strategic partner to the Bank, and built a strong and professional HR team who have tremendous credibility and transparency and are skilled at driving change.
The New York Fed will immediately begin the search for Ms. Mink’s successor.
Ms. Mink joined the Bank in July 2009. Prior to that, she had over 30 years of human resources experience in banking, investment banking, asset management and insurance.
Ms. Mink received her bachelor’s degree in history and Russian Area Studies from Pennsylvania State University.