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Philadelphia – Kelly S. Jones will become the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia’s next senior vice president of Human Resources and director of the Office of Minority and Women Inclusion (OMWI). Jones will join the Philadelphia Fed in December 2022 to lead the Bank’s human resources functions and its diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts.
Jones joins the Philadelphia Fed with more than 25 years of experience in multiple industries. He is currently head of people and inclusion at Alleghany Corporation. Previously, he worked at Aramark, where he held several leadership roles, including line of business president and senior vice president of human resources and diversity. In addition to these roles, Jones was the executive sponsor of Aramark’s African American Employee Resource Group and was instrumental in raising funds in support of the Philadelphia Eagles Autism Challenge. He also held human resources leadership roles at Lockheed Martin and Wyeth Pharmaceuticals.
Jones will succeed Mary Ann Hood, who plans to retire after more than four decades with the Federal Reserve System.