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Sheila Lerner Tschinkel

banker , economist

Sheila Lerner Tschinkel, American banker, economist. Yale University fellow, 1961-1963; Ossabaw Island Project fellow, Georgia, 1977.

Background

Tschinkel, Sheila Lerner was born on November 21, 1940 in New York City. Daughter of Abraham and Mira (Nevelova) Lerner.

Education

Bachelor, Hunter College, 1961. Master of Arts, Yale University, 1963. Postgraduate, Yale University, 1968.

Graduate advanced management program, Harvard Business School, 1988.

Career

Assistant professor University Alaska, Fairbanks, 1963-1965, University Connecticut, Storrs, 1967-1968. Instructor Yale University, New Haven, 1968-1969. Assistant vice president Federal Reserve Bank, New York City, 1970-1979.

Vice president, director global asset management Chase Manhattan Bank, 1979-1981. Executive vice president Master in Public Health Commodities Corporation, 1982-1983. Senior vice president, director research Federal Reserve Bank Atlanta, since 1984.

Achievements

  • Avocation: harpist.

Membership

Active Committee on Future of the South, 1986, 92. Trustee Literacy Action, Inc. Board directors Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, also treasurer.

Member executive board Boy Scouts American. Member American Economic Association, Southern Economic Association, Southern Finance Association, Money Marketeers New York (board governors 1979-1982), International Women's Forum, Rotary, Phi Beta Kappa.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocation: harpist.

Connections

father:
Abraham Lerner

mother:
Mira (Nevelova) Lerner