Alice M. Rivlin

Director at Brookings Institution

Location:
1775 MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE NW, Washington, D.C., District of Columbia, United States
Company:
Brookings Institution
HQ Phone:
(202) 797-6000
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Last Updated 11/23/2017

General Information

Employment History

Co-Chair  - Debt

President  - American Economic Association

Vice Chairman  - Fed's

Education

B.A.  - economics , Bryn Mawr College

Bachelor of Arts ( B.A  - History , Brooklyn College

D.C.  - University of the District of Columbia

Ph.D.  - Harvard

Ph.D.  - economics , Radcliffe College

bachelor’s degree  - Bryn Mawr College

doctoral degree  - economics , Radcliffe College

master's Degree  - economics , Radcliffe College

Affiliations

Board of Governors Member  - Federal Reserve Bank of Boston

Vice Chair  - Money

Board Member  - Volcker Alliance Inc

Board Member  - Dc Control

Board Member  - Drug Strategies

Advisory Board Member  - Erskine Bowles

Board Member  - AllGov

Debt Reduction Task Force  - Bipartisan Policy Center

Advisory Board Member  - State Budget Crisis Task Force

Board Member  - The Peterson-Pew Commission

Board Member  - The Morris & Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation

Board Member  - CRFB

Board Member  - Stimulus.org

Advisory Board Member  - Our Nation's Capital

Board Member  - National Maritime Heritage Foundation

Board Member  - Inner City-Inner Child

BOARD OF ADVISORS Member  - AmericaSpeaks

Board Member of Committee  - Responsible Federal Budget

Board Member  - Tax Council Policy Institute

Board Member  - DCPCA

Board Member  - Leadership Greater Washington

Board Member  - Financial Women's Association

Advisory Board Member  - Salzburg Global Seminar

Board Member  - LittleSis

Member  - Rivlin

Member  - Bowles-Simpson commission

Board Member  - Global Warming Art

Board Member  - AYSO Area G

Advisor  - The Network Companies LLC

Board Member  - US Budget Watch

Senior Fellow  - Metropolitan Studies

Board Member  - KPMG LLP

Board Member  - Public Agenda

Senior Fellow  - U.S. House of Representatives

Chairman of the Senate Budget Committee  - Republican

Senior Fellow At The Brookings Institution  - National Press Club

Board Member  - New America Foundation

Member  - Fiscal Commission

Member  - The Concord Coalition

White House Advisor  - CNBC LLC

Fellow  - National Academy of Public Administration

Senior Fellow of the Economics Study Program  - Here

Assistant Secretary  - HEWS Company LLC

Member of 12:00 - Alice Rivlin, DC Financial Control Board  - WAMU

Board Member  - FTC Kaplan Limited

Member  - Pew Financial Reform Task Force

Founder  - Bryn Mawr College

Honorary Member  - Federal Government Accountants Association

Senior Fellow, Economic Studies Program, Brookings  - The GailFosler Group LLC

Board Member  - Union Carbide Corporation

Member of Board of Governors  - OnMoney.com

Member of 5 P.M. - Board  - American Institute of Architects

Board Member  - Comter Systems Inc

Board Member  - Scott Communications 2006-02-22T18

Board Member  - Retirement Calculator Inc

Committee Chair  - Committee on the Federal Reserve

Board Member  - Big4.com

Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System  - Union League

Commission Member  - Moopz

Member  - Obama'sdeficit commission

Trustee  - Committee for Economic Development

Member  - Fix

Member  - Trilateral Commission

Board Member  - Coalition for Smarter Growth

Board Member  - Trade-Council of Governments Letter

Senior Advisor  - BPC Prevention Task Force

Trustee  - Federal City Council

Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation  - Department of Health

Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation  - Education and Welfare

Member  - National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform

Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation  - U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Board Member  - NYSE Euronext

Board Member  - The Washington Post Company

Board Member  - New York Stock Exchange , Inc.

Board Member  - BearingPoint , Inc.

Henry Cohen Professor of Urban Management  - Milano School of International Affairs Management

Financial Management Assistance Authority  - District Department of Transportation

Member  - Simpson-Bowles Commission

Prize Fellow  - MacArthur Foundation

Web References  

Brokaw, Linneman, Rivlin & McClellan to Headline 18th Annual NIC Conference - National Investment Center

Annapolis, Md. - Already recognized as the industry's premier dealmaking event, the 18th Annual NIC Conference will have the added draw of four nationally respected individuals who will headline its plenary sessions: Tom Brokaw, Alice Rivlin, Ph.D., Peter Linneman, Ph.D. and Mark B. McClellan, Ph.D., as announced today by the National Investment Center for the Seniors Housing & Care Industry (NIC).
To speak to this theme, Ms. Rivlin and Dr. Linneman will deliver the opening plenary address on Thursday morning, September 11. One of the most influential policymakers in Washington, D.C., Ms. Rivlin was formerly the vice chair of the Federal Reserve Board and is a senior fellow in the Economic Studies Program at the Brookings Institution. She is renowned as a visionary thinker "with a keen eye on the changing state of the national economy, the health system and the state of U.S. cities. We are delighted to have him, as well as Ms. Rivlin, Dr. Linneman and Dr. McClellan, as keynote speakers this year."

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Alice M. Rivlin
Alice M. Rivlin Vice Chair, Board of Governors, 1996-1999 Alice M. Rivlin served as vice chairman of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System from June 25, 1996, to July 16, 1999. Rivlin was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In 1952, she received a bachelor's degree from Bryn Mawr College. She earned a master's degree and a doctorate in economics from Radcliffe College, in 1955 and 1958, respectively. During her career, Rivlin has held a variety of positions in nonprofits, government, and academia. She first worked at the Brookings Institution from 1957 to 1966. She then became deputy assistant secretary for program coordination at the US Department of Health, Education, and Welfare (HEW) from 1966 to 1968. In 1968 and 1969, Rivlin was HEW's assistant secretary for planning and evaluation. Returning to the Brookings Institution in 1969, she worked there on and off, eventually serving as its director of economic studies. She was also the founding director of the Congressional Budget Office from 1975 to 1983. In 1992, Rivlin became the Hirst Professor of Public Policy at George Mason University. From 1993 to 1994, she served as deputy director of the White House Office of Management and Budget (OMB). Rivlin became OMB's director in 1994, and held that title until her appointment to the Board of Governors in 1996. After leaving the Board, she returned to Brookings, where she is currently a senior fellow in the Economic Studies Program. Rivlin has also taught at Harvard University, served on multiple corporations' boards of directors, and been the president of the American Economic Association. She has written many books, as well as numerous newspaper, magazine, and journal articles. She also is a regular commentator on Nightly Business Report. In addition, Rivlin has received a number of honors and awards during her career. She received a MacArthur Foundation Prize Fellowship in 1983 and the Moynihan Prize in 2008. Also in 2008, she was named one of the greatest public servants of the last twenty-five years by the Council for Excellence in Government. In 2010, Rivlin received a presidential appointment to Barack Obama's National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform. Rivlin and her husband, the economist Sidney G. Winter, have three children.

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