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Keynoter - Marci Rossell

Nov 21, 2013 by Lewis Wood

All financial crises follow a pattern, and the current U.S. experience is no exception. As a Federal Reserve economist, Dr. Marci Rossell followed the Asia Crisis of ‘97. As chief economist for CNBC, she explained the financial market turmoil sparked by the September 11th terrorism. Now she continues with her groundbreaking explanation of just how we got into this mess and how we get out of it.

Friday Keynote: A Roadmap to Economic Recovery

DATE: Friday, April 4
TIME: 11:15 a.m.
LOCATION: Colony Room

All financial crises follow a pattern, and the current U.S. experience is no exception. As a Federal Reserve economist, Dr. Marci Rossell followed the Asia Crisis of ‘97. As chief economist for CNBC, she explained the financial market turmoil sparked by the September 11th terrorism. Now she continues with her groundbreaking explanation of just how we got into this mess and how we get out of it.

Marci Rossell electrifies audiences nationwide, speaking on the nexus of economics, politics, culture and the media. Her animated style was honed when she served as the popular, lively chief economist for CNBC in the months immediately following September 11th. She takes complex economic issues, often dull in the button-down business press, and makes them relevant to people’s lives, families, and careers.

Prior to her career in broadcast journalism, Marci served as Corporate Economist and Investment Spokesperson for OppenheimerFunds, one of the nation’s largest mutual fund companies. Before moving to Wall Street, she was an expert witness for Deloitte and Touche in court cases involving economic issues. Marci began her career as an economist with the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. She is currently a visiting professor at DePaul University.

Marci earned a PhD in economics from Southern Methodist University, where she was named one of the Young Alumni of the Year in 2002. She brings a world of experience—from Main Street to Wall Street—when discussing the U.S. economy, international events, and movements in capital markets.

Her creative, thought-provoking commentary will ring in the audience members’ ears well after she leaves the stage.

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