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Tuesday, February 11, 2020 from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM PST
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Golden Gate University 
536 Mission Street
Room 5208
San Francisco, CA 94105

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Holly Wilkerson 
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FPA of San Francisco 
9630 Bruceville Road, #106-149
Elk Grove, CA 95757
Phone (877) 260-3218
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Tuesday, February 11, 2020 
10:00 am - 12:00 pm 

The U.S. Economy:  Recent Economic Developments and the Outlook

Liz Laderman
Senior Outreach Economist 
San Francisco Federal Reserve Bank


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Program Description:
Liz’s presentation will focus on explaining the “dual mandate” goals of maximum employment and stable prices that Congress has given the Fed for monetary policy and reporting on where the U.S. economy is with respect to those goals and where it’s headed. She’ll look at the overall growth of the U.S. economy and the implications of the FRBSF’s forecasted growth rate for unemployment and inflation. She’ll also discuss the factors that are influencing the economy and the FRBSF forecast and compare baseline growth today with growth rates seen in the past.

• What does the Fed’s dual mandate for monetary policy really mean?
• How is the U.S. economy doing with respect to the dual mandate goals, and where is it headed?
• What factors underlie the San Francisco Fed’s forecasts for U.S. growth, unemployment, and

*Light refreshments will be served.
*This topic has been approved by the CFP Board for 1.5 hours of CE credit.    

Liz Laderman
Senior Outreach Economist
San Francisco Federal Reserve Bank







Liz is the Senior Outreach Economist in the Economic Education group in the Economic Research
Department of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. She speaks to outreach audiences on current economic conditions, the economic outlook, and monetary policy. Liz has a Ph.D. in economics from the University of California at Berkeley.

Meeting Agenda:
10:00 am - Registration
10:30 am - Chapter Announcements, Strategic Partner Spotlight and Light Refreshments
10:45 am - Presentation
11:45 am - Q & A
12:00 pm - Program Closes

Members Non-Members

Early Bird Registration
(Ends February 7, 2020)

$40 $55
Regular Registration (After February 7, 2020) $60 $75



You may still register online after February 7, 2020 however, you will be charged the Regular Registration price; online registration closes at midnight, February 9, 2020.


From the North
Golden Gate Bridge/Highway 101 south to Van Ness Avenue. Turn left on Bush Street, cross Market Street to First Street. Proceed one block to Mission Street. Turn right on Mission Street and proceed one-half block to 536 Mission Street.
From the South
Highway 101 to I-80 north (Bay Bridge/Downtown) to Fourth Street exit. Proceed one block on Bryant Street, turn left on Third Street, turn right on Mission Street and proceed two blocks to 536 Mission Street.
From the East
Bay Bridge west to the Fremont Street exit. Turn left on Fremont, then left on Mission Street and proceed one block to 536 Mission Street. 

Golden Gate University does not have a dedicated parking lot for visitors. It is recommended visitors to the SF Campus at 536 Mission Street view parking availability in the downtown area through the website sanfrancisco.bestparking.com.
Search for garages on/near Mission Street between First and Second Streets.
1.    SP PLUS at 100 First Street
2.    Towne Park at 85 Second Street
3.    ABM at 101 Second Street
4.    SP PLUS at 555 Mission Street 

From BART & SF Muni Metro Underground
From Montgomery Street Station, walk south from Market Street to 536 Mission Street, midway between First and Second Streets.
From The Transbay Terminal
One block from the terminal at First and Mission Streets.
From The CalTrain Depot
From Fourth and Townsend Streets, take the #10 Townsend bus to Fremont and Mission Streets. Walk left on Mission Street 1-1/2 blocks or take the N-Judah Muni streetcar line to Montgomery Station, walk south from Market Street to 536 Mission Street.