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Krishna Guha is an executive vice president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, head of the Communications Group and a member of the Bankís management committee.
As executive vice president for Communications, Mr. Guha is responsible for developing the Bankís communications strategy and deepening its engagement with key constituencies. He serves as the Bankís chief spokesman, advises President Dudley on monetary policy communication and strategy, and is a member of the Bankís executive committee that deals with financial stability and regulatory reform.
Mr. Guha also leads the Bankís speechwriting process, and co-chaired its work group on housing and the economy.
Prior to joining the Bank, Mr. Guha was an award-winning journalist and commentator at the Financial Times where he worked for 15 years, including as U.S. economics editor and deputy Washington bureau chief, Lex columnist and editorial leader writer (member of the editorial board).
Mr. Guha received his masterís degree in public administration from the Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, and an earlier masterís degree from Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge University. He is a Fulbright Scholar, a C.V. Starr Scholar and has held a number of prominent fellowships internationally.