Please join us for an Economic Update from The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas.
Featuring Stephen Clayton, Manager, Community Engagement
COVID-19 induced shelter-in-place regulations resulted in unprecedented declines in Texas economic activity in spring 2020. While the Texas economy has regained its footing, the recovery has been uneven, and employment remains below pre-COVID levels. How have various sectors of the Texas economy been impacted? Come and find out more details about current state of the Texas economy and the outlook for 2021.
Stephen Clayton joined the Communication and Outreach department at the Dallas Fed in August 2010. He assumed responsibility for the Bank’s Community Engagement department in October of 2015. Clayton leads a team responsible for building relationships across the Eleventh District that support the amplification of Dallas Fed research and facilitates dialogues with business and community leaders about the economy and community issues.
Clayton has served as an adjunct professor of economics at Austin College in Sherman, TX. Prior to joining the Dallas Fed, Clayton was a financial advisor at Edward Jones Investments in Carrollton, Texas. He has been published in the Journal of Quantitative Analysis in Sports and written publications for the Dallas Fed. Clayton has a BA from Austin College with a focus on economics, philosophy and math.
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