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Alexandra, Fed Employee

There’s a unique and untold story within every Richmond Fed employee. Get to know us by reading just a few of those individual #MyRichmondFed stories.

We caught up with LaTonja Powell to learn about her journey from being an operations contractor to Information Technology Services business relationship manager. We asked her five questions about her career.

Although summer interns only join us for 10–12 weeks, the experience carries on. Darryle Aldridge, a three-peat intern, shares what a Fed internship meant to him. Read his first-person #MyRichmondFed story.

Cheryl Majcen didn’t let personal challenges dim her bright and infectiously positive spirit as she defined a new career path for herself with the help of her team.

Meet Ashley High, who recently completed her internship with our Bank's Audit Department through a Virginia Commonwealth University program that provides people with intellectual disabilities an opportunity to attend college classes and gain real-world work experience.

While Nancy has experienced changes in her role and the Baltimore branch where she’s worked for 49 years, the one thing that’s stayed the same is the feeling of family. 

Becoming our Bank’s first African-American female captain in our Law Enforcement Unit, Jessica Coleman takes pride in her job — knowing that what she and others in the Law Enforcement Unit do every day makes a difference.