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Gary Gensler, a Washington and Wall Street veteran who has closely studied the budding cryptocurrency field, will lead the financial policy transition team for projected U.S. President-elect Joe Biden.

A former chairman of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC), Gensler was tapped to lead the agency review team for the Federal Reserve, banking and securities regulators, the Biden campaign formally announced Tuesday, 
MIT’s Simon Johnson, who has written about blockchain technology; Georgetown’s Chris Brummer and University of California’s Mehrsa Baradaran, known for their comments on Facebook’s libra project; and one of the “digital dollar’s” architects, Lev Menand, have also been tapped as part of the transition team.

As CFTC chairman, Gensler served as a key financial regulator for former President Barack Obama, spearheading new derivatives rules after the 2008 financial crisis. He also served in the Treasury Department during the Clinton administration. 

Federal Reserve, Banking and Securities Regulators

The Federal Reserve, Banking and Securities Regulators group includes the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, the Federal Reserve, the National Credit Union Administration, and the Securities and Exchange Commission.

NameMost Recent EmploymentSource of Funding
Gary Gensler, Team LeadMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyVolunteer
Reena AggarwalGeorgetown UniversityVolunteer
Mehrsa BaradaranUniversity of California, Irvine School of LawVolunteer
Lisa CookMichigan State UniversityVolunteer
Amanda FischerWashington Center for Equitable GrowthVolunteer
Andy GreenCenter for American ProgressVolunteer
Campbell HaynesVirginia Coordinated CampaignTransition — PT Fund, Inc.
Simon JohnsonMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyVolunteer
Dennis KelleherBetter Markets, Inc.Volunteer
Satyam KhannaNew York University, School of Law, Institute for Corporate Governance and FinanceVolunteer
Renaye ManleyService Employees International UnionVolunteer
Lev MenandColumbia UniversityVolunteer
Damon SilversAFL-CIOVolunteer
Victoria Suarez-PalomoOrrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe, LLPVolunteer

Federal Trade Commission

NameMost Recent EmploymentSource of Funding
Heather Hippsley, Team LeadFederal Trade Commission (Retired)Volunteer
Bill BaerBrookings InstitutionVolunteer
Laura MoyGeorgetown UniversityVolunteer

Council of Economic Advisers

NameMost Recent EmploymentSource of Funding
Martha Gimbel, Team LeadSchmidt FuturesVolunteer
Damon JonesUniversity of Chicago, Harris School of Public Policy StudiesVolunteer
Jay ShambaughGeorge Washington UniversityVolunteer

United States Mission to the United Nations

NameMost Recent EmploymentSource of Funding
Isobel Coleman, Team LeadGiveDirectlyVolunteer
Kaysie BrownUnited Nations FoundationVolunteer
Bathsheba CrockerCAREVolunteer
Jeff DeLaurentisGeorgetown UniversityVolunteer
Mounir IbrahimTruepic, Inc.Volunteer
Leonardo MartinezWorld Resources InstituteVolunteer
Michael PanOpen Society FoundationsVolunteer
Kelly RazzoukThe International Rescue CommitteeVolunteer
Jen SimonSelf-employedVolunteer

International Development

The International Development group includes the Millennium Challenge Corporation, the Peace Corps, the United States Agency for International Development, and the United States International Development Finance Corporation.

NameMost Recent EmploymentSource of Funding
Linda Etim, Team LeadBill & Melinda Gates FoundationVolunteer
Elizabeth Littlefield, Team LeadAlbright Stonebridge GroupVolunteer
Cameron AlfordU.S. BankVolunteer
Ashley AllenOatlyVolunteer
Bama AthreyaLaudes FoundationVolunteer
Gaby BacaWhite & Case, LLPVolunteer
Alex CrabtreeAmerican Civil Liberties UnionVolunteer
Beth DunfordUnited States Agency for International Development (Retired)Volunteer
Chinesom EjiasaSums 15 Holdings, LLCVolunteer
Dina EspositoMercy CorpsVolunteer
Kate GageThe Movement CooperativeVolunteer
Tara GueligThe Lightsmith GroupVolunteer
Charles HolmesGeorgetown UniversityVolunteer
Cindy HuangRefugees InternationalVolunteer
Brian O’HanlonRocky Mountain InstituteVolunteer
Michele SumilasBread for the WorldVolunteer

Office of Science and Technology Policy

NameMost Recent EmploymentSource of Funding
Cristin Dorgelo, Team LeadAssociation of Science and Technology CentersVolunteer
Andrew HebbelerNuclear Threat InitiativeVolunteer
Kei KoizumiThe American Association for the Advancement of ScienceVolunteer
Mahlet MesfinUniversity of PennsylvaniaVolunteer
Dave ReidmillerGulf of Maine Research InstituteVolunteer
Pav SinghSelf-employedVolunteer
Erin SzulmanEVgoVolunteer
Nicole WongSelf-employedVolunteer

United States Digital Service

NameMost Recent EmploymentSource of Funding
Matt Bailey, Team LeadPEN AmericaVolunteer
Andrew NacinChan Zuckerberg InitiativeVolunteer

Executive Office of the President, Management and Administration

The Executive Office of the President, Management and Administration team will also review certain aspects of all EOP components, except those covered by the National Security Council team, in partnership with component-specific teams.

NameMost Recent EmploymentSource of Funding
Cynthia Bernstein, Team LeadDeloitte Consulting, LLPVolunteer
Rebecca KatzGeorgetown UniversityVolunteer
Austin LinChan Zuckerberg InitiativeTransition — PT Fund, Inc.
Christian PeeleSelf-employedTransition — PT Fund, Inc.

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