David White, SAG-AFTRA Senior Advisor, Named Deputy Chair Of San Francisco Federal Reserve

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David White, SAG-AFTRA’s senior advisor and former national executive director, has been named deputy chair of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. He’s served on its board of directors since December 2018.

“I am delighted to take on this role and deepen my work with President Mary Daly and the incredible team at the San Francisco Bank,” he said in a statement. “This is a critical period in the monetary life of our country as we navigate the ongoing impact of the pandemic. It is a privilege to be able to participate in the process, to represent perspectives from our industry and to ensure the voices of working people are included at the table.

“It’s not a paid position. It’s a privilege and a civic responsibility,” White told Deadline after attending a virtual orientation meeting for new board members.

White, who stepped down from SAG-AFTRA’s top executive post last June and now serves as senior advisor, said that the union is “is in good hands. They’re veteran people who have been through a lot.”

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