Marianne Crowe is a vice president in the Treasury and Financial Services department of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. She serves as the Mobile Payments Project manager and payments liaison to the Consumer Payments Research Center. Her previous roles at the Boston Fed include vice president/project manager in the Consumer Payments Research Center, assistant vice president of business development, the National Image Archive service, and the Boston check operations. Prior to joining the Fed in 2000, Crowe worked at BankBoston in project and operations management positions. Crowe has been a member of the FSTC mobile payments workgroup and the NACHA Internet Council.
M.B.A., Babson College, 1980
B.A., Regis College, 1976
“Mobile Banking in New England: The Current State of the Market" with Breffini McGuire, NEACH. FIRO Report, 2009.
“The Boston Fed Study of Consumer Behavior and Payment Choice: A Survey of Federal Reserve System Employees,” with Marques Benton, Krista Blair, and Scott Schuh. FRB Boston Public Policy Discussion Papers Series, paper no. 07-1 (2007).
“Consumer Behavior and Payment Choice: A Conference Summary,” with Scott Schuh and Joanna Stavins. FRB Boston Public Policy Discussion Paper Series, paper no. 06-1 (2006).
Results of FRB Boston/NEACH Survey of Financial Institutions in New England
Presentation with Breffni McGuire, NEACH, to financial institutions at the NEACH Payments Strategy Services Forum on October 2, 2008.
Emerging Payments — The Changing Landscape (2009, 2008, 2007 various groups).
FSTC (Financial Services Technology Consortium: member, Steering Committee; member, Mobile Payments Workgroup (2008, 2009).
NACHA (National Automated Clearinghouse Association), member, Internet Council (2008, 2009, 2010).