This Event is SOLD OUT! We do not have capacity for walk-ins.
Some quick housekeeping notes for those registered to attend this luncheon:
- Due to the COVID infection rate in Jackson County, and in accordance with the official policy of the National Archives and Records Administration, mask wearing is currently required of all guests visiting the Truman Library.
- There is FREE parking on the north side of the Library. There will be signs to guide you.
- Networking and time at the Kellogg’s photo booth starts at 11 a.m.
- The luncheon and our program will begin promptly at 11:30 a.m. and we will finish by 1 p.m.
- Allow time after the luncheon to tour the museum which is included in your luncheon ticket.
This is for the in-person luncheon on August 18, 2022 luncheon with Esther George, President of Federal Reserve Bank. This will be a special Fairfax 100th Anniversary luncheon. Click here to purchase a ticket.
Date/Time: Thurs, 8/18/22 from 11:00am-1:00pm
Location: Truman Library / 500 W. U.S. Highway 24 / Independence, Missouri 64050-1798
Luncheon Fee: $50 for individual seat or $300 for a table of six (6) **this event is limited space and tickets will be available for purchase until sold out**
A museum pass is included in the price of the ticket. Luncheon attendees will be allowed to visit the museum after the luncheon. (This is a $12 value!)
Thank you to our sponsor: United Way of Greater Kansas City
Esther George is president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City and leads a workforce of close to 2,000 employees in Kansas City and its branch offices in Omaha, Denver and Oklahoma City.
The Kansas City Fed is responsible for conducting monetary policy, providing financial services to depository institutions and the U.S. Treasury, and supervising nearly 1,000 banking organizations within the Tenth Federal Reserve District, a seven-state region that includes western Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Colorado, Wyoming and northern New Mexico.
As the region’s representative on the Federal Open Market Committee in Washington, President George participates in monetary policy deliberations and provides a perspective based on more than four decades of experience as a banking supervisor. Her policy views are informed by regular contacts with the region’s business leaders, workers, financial institutions and community leaders. In 2022, President George serves as a voting member on the FOMC.
President George also leads the development of the FedNow Service, which will provide financial institutions with the ability to settle payments in real-time, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. In addition, she hosts the annual Jackson Hole Economic Policy Symposium in Wyoming, which brings together international central bankers, researchers and policymakers to discuss issues affecting the global economy.