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Department of Economics pres.

Economics at Work

Jodi Schenck, Citi

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economics
Jodi Schenck manages Citi’s North American Corporate Foreign Exchange Sales and Solutions business. In this role, she is responsible for all aspects of Citi’s Corporate FX business in North America, including Sales, Risk Management Solutions, Electronic Solutions, and the supervision over these activities. Jodi’s teams are responsible for advising multinational corporations on foreign exchange risk management and solutioning.

For 5 years prior to this role, Jodi ran the Global Corporate FX eSolutions business which embeds Citi’s electronic solutions into client FX processes. Prior to that, Jodi was responsible for all M&A and episodic currency risk advisory for Citi’s Corporate and Private Equity clients.

Jodi represents Citi and the FXLM business on the board of the Federal Reserve’s Foreign Exchange Committee (FXC). In addition, she is heavily involved in recruiting and diversity efforts at Citi.



Economics@Work (Econ 208) is an invited alumni speaker series that allows students to discover the wide array of career paths available to economics majors and the role economics could play in their careers. In Economics@Work, undergraduates are offered a regular opportunity to network and interact with alumni from the Department of Economics. You’ll discover that economists are engaged in a wide array of professions from investment banking, finance and government, to legislation, advocacy, and online sales and marketing, among many others. This one-credit (credit/no credit) course meets eight (possibly nine) times during the semester. Sessions include a presentation and time for questions. They are followed by a reception in the Foster Library, allowing time to network with speakers.

Economics@Work is intended for any student who is interested in learning about a variety of career opportunities for economics majors. Early students of economics may use this class to explore whether an economics major best suits their interests and goals. Advanced students in economics will benefit from the information and networking opportunities.
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