Helen Mirza joined the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago in October 1996, and is currently a community affairs program director. She is a senior supervising examiner with experience as examiner-in-charge for both safety and soundness and compliance examinations. Prior to joining the Federal Reserve, she was with the United States Treasury Department, Office of Thrift Supervision (OTS), Chicago, since its inception in 1989 as community affairs liaison, and was with the predecessor organization, the Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago since 1975. Mirza is a former vice president of mergers and acquisitions for the Federal Home Loan Bank and was also a senior supervisory agent with special assignment for liquidations and troubled institutions. She graduated summa cum laude from Marymount College with a degree in English and secondary education and is also a graduate of John Marshall Law School and licensed to practice law in Illinois.
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