San Francisco Fed announces leadership changes to advisory councils

126px-US-FederalReserveSystem-Seal.svg_3The San Francisco Federal Reserve announced last week a number of membership and leadership changes to its advisory councils.

David Doss, the president and CEO of Phoenix-based Arizona State Credit Union, was appointed to the San Francisco Fed’s Community Depository Institutions Advisory Council, where he will serve alongside two other credit union representatives, including Utah First Federal Credit Union President and CEO Darin Moody and Oregon-based OnPoint Community Credit Union President and CEO Robert Stuart.

Additionally, the regional central bank arm announced the reappointment of Alfred A. Plamann and Tracey C. Doi as chairman and vice chairman, respectively, of the San Francisco Fed’s Economic Advisory Council.

The San Francisco Fed also said Donald R. Knauss, the chairman and CEO of The Clorox Company, and Charles A. Wilhoite, the managing director and national director of healthcare services at Willamette Management Associates, were also appointed to serve on the EAC council for three years.

Knauss began with Color as chairman and CEO in 2006, before which he spent 12 years at The Coca Cola Company. In 1994, he joined The Minute Maid Co. and was promoted to senior vice president and general manager of Minute Maid’s U.S. retail operations.

Wilhoite, who has experience in merger and acquisition valuations as well as business and stock valuations, was a senior auditor for international accounting and consulting firm KPMG. He has also served as the chairman on Oregon Health & Science University’s board of directors, among other organizations.

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