Jackie Morgan, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta - Nashville Branch
Jackie Morgan, Outreach Senior Advisor at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta – Nashville Branch, is recognized as an established communicator and proven leader in economic and financial education strategy, policy, development, and training.
She has been appointed to Middle Tennessee State University Jones College of Business Dean’s Advisory Board, MTSU Economics and Finance Advisory Board, the Tennessee Financial Literacy Commission, the National Business Education Association Economics and Personal Finance Education Committee, and the Nashville Economic Inclusion Advisory Committee. She also serves as board member and previous 3-year president of the Tennessee Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy, which was recognized by National Jump$tart as the State Coalition of the Year under her leadership.
Morgan received the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta President’s Award for Excellence, the Middle Tennessee State University True Blue Citation of Distinction – Achievement in Education, the MTSU Jones College of Business Exemplar Award, and the RUTHERFORD Cable Spirit of Leadership Award. Morgan currently serves as President of RUTHERFORD Cable, the premier women’s leadership group in Middle Tennessee. She has been recognized with the Nashville Emerging Leader Award for Education and was named a “Top 40 Under 40” leader by the Nashville Business Journal.
Morgan has a Master’s Degree in Business Education from Middle Tennessee State University and Bachelor’s Degrees in Public Relations and Agricultural Business & Economics from Colorado State University.
Michell Bosch, City of Nashville and Davidson County
Michell Bosch is currently serving as the Treasurer for the City of Nashville and Davidson County. She has 20+ years working with the capital markets and managing capital structures. She has managed daily liquidity, budgets, investments, derivatives and debt in the for-profit and non-profit sectors in progressively advancing roles all focused on managing financial data to create results.
Michell is committed to continued education and volunteers at both the CFA Institute and the Association for Financial Professionals. Michell is currently a board member at the CFA Society Nashville and a member of the Nashville Rotary Club.
Michell earned a Bachelor of Science in finance and economics from the University of Massachusetts and holds an MBA from DeVry University. She is a Certified Treasury Professional and a Chartered Financial Analyst charter holder.
Leanora Brown, Gary W. Rollins College of Business, UTC
Dr. Leanora Brown is an Associate Professor of Economics in the Department of Finance and Economics at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Gary W. Rollins College of Business. She teaches courses in Macroeconomic Theory, Public Finance and Money and Banking. Dr. Brown's primary research focuses on the impact of debt forgiveness on tax revenue collections and public expenditure in developing countries. She has also written on the subjects of tax compliance, remittances, foreign direct investment and crime. Her work has been published in top journals such as Review of Development Economics, Public Finance Review, Journal of Economics and Business, Contemporary Economic Policy, and Social Science Quarterly.
Casey Galanti, Galanti Accounting
Casey Galanti is currently the owner and operator of Galanti Accounting, a fractional CFO advisory and accounting services firm. She holds a dual undergraduate degree in Economics & Finance from Loyola University Chicago, an MBA with a concentration in Accounting from the University of Illinois at Chicago, and a CPA license. Casey has a wide variety of professional experience in finance and accounting ranging from regulatory surveillance of clearinghouse members at CME Group to corporate insurance at Marsh, as well as being an advisor for small businesses based on her own experience of owning and operating two small businesses and working in public accounting at Little Fish Accounting.
Sheena Murray, Gary W. Rollins College of Business, UTC
Sheena Murray is an Assistant Professor of Economics at University of Tennessee Chattanooga. She earned her BA in Economics in her home state of California before attending graduate school at the University of Colorado at Boulder.
Professor Murray specializes in labor and applied econometrics, with a focus on household decisions and economic demography. Her research has examined how technology impacts marriage, divorce, and fertility, how insurance coverage impacts healthcare choices, and how graduate school conditions affect academic publication rates. She has been published in International Migration Review, Economics Bulletin, Review of Economics of the Household, and Economic Inquiry.
Christi Wann, Gary W. Rollins College of Business, UTC
Dr. Christi Wann is a Professor of Finance in the Department of Finance and Economics at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. She teaches courses in Investments, Personal Finance, Corporate Finance, and Small Business Finance.
Dr. Wann’s recent research focuses on differences in financial inclusion by disability type and the extra costs of having a child with a disability. She has also written on the subjects of financial literacy, family financial planning, corporate dividend policy, and behavioral finance. Her work has been published in top journals such as International Journal of Bank Marketing, Review of Behavioral Finance, Journal of Economics and Finance, Banking and Finance Review, and Journal of Family and Economics Issues.