Cleveland Fed announces new community development outreach manager


Treye Johnson will work on emerging neighborhood themes, with a focus on communities in northeast, northwest, and central Ohio.

Treye Johnson has joined the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland as a regional outreach manager for the northern half of Ohio effective July 30, 2018. He will work with the rest of the Bank’s community development team on current and emerging economic and community development issues across the Fourth District.

Prior to joining the Cleveland Fed, Johnson worked as a program officer for the Burton D. Morgan Foundation, making grants to support entrepreneurship and entrepreneurship education across northeast Ohio. He also held positions at the George Gund Foundation and Saint Martin de Porres High School in Cleveland.

A native Clevelander, Johnson has a BA in communications from John Carroll University and an MA in sports administration from the University of Louisville. He is a proud volunteer within Hillcrest Hospital’s neonatal intensive care unit.

The Cleveland Fed’s Community Development Department is responsible for research, analysis, and engagement on economic issues affecting lower income communities. The group works to foster a better understanding of these challenges, promotes cooperation with a variety of stakeholders, and engages depository institutions in the goal of providing credit and banking services to their communities.