Former Federal Reserve chair Janet L. Yellen was sworn in as the 78th Secretary of the Treasury on January 26, 2021. This was a moment for historical reflection, as Yellen is the first woman confirmed to this vital cabinet position.1
At her confirmation hearing before the Senate, Yellen made a point that the nation needed to “act big” to stimulate and revitalize the economy, which is still reeling from the socioeconomic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. This has led to many conversations about the professionals and voices the White House may call upon to help guide the economy into the post-COVID era.1,2
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1. NYTimes.com, January 26, 2021
2. Fortune.com, December 7, 2020