Econ Games Speaker Series: Treye Johnson - Program on Economic Inclusion
Treye Johnson is program manager of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland's Program on Economic Inclusion.
Previously, Mr. Johnson was a regional outreach manager on the community development team, where he worked on current and emerging economic and community development issues. Prior to joining the Cleveland Fed, Mr. Johnson was a program officer at Burton D. Morgan Foundation, a philanthropic organization that provides grants to support entrepreneurship and entrepreneurship education throughout Northeast Ohio.
Mr. Johnson serves as a board member for Center for Community Solutions, a community board member Fund for Our Economic Future, and an advisory Committee member for Cleveland Black Futures Fund (at the Cleveland Foundation).
Mr. Johnson holds a BA in communications from John Carroll University and an MS in sports administration from the University of Louisville.
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