An experienced economic policymaker, Sarah Bloom Raskin has had a unique career serving at the highest levels of the U.S. government and American financial sector. As the Deputy Secretary of the U.S. Treasury, Raskin was the “highest ranking woman in the history of the Treasury Department” (The New York Times) and the only person ever to have served in that position who had also been a Governor of the Federal Reserve Board. Her decade of continuous public service includes leadership in the realm of monetary policy, fiscal policy and financial regulatory policy.  Since leaving her role as the Number 2 person at Treasury, Raskin has joined the Board of Directors at Vanguard and i(x), was named a Rubenstein Fellow at Duke University, a Finance and Society Fellow at Stanford University and a Distinguished Professor at the University of Maryland Law School.