Alison Gould is a case manager in the FDIC’s New York Regional Office within the Division of Risk Management Supervision. She began her FDIC career as an intern in the Omaha, Nebraska Field Office in 2013 and became a commissioned bank examiner in 2018. As an examiner, Alison led and participated in safety and soundness examinations for community banks of varying sizes, provided training for new employees, served as an accounting subject matter expert, and was a member of the Kansas City Region Chairman’s Diversity Advisory Council.
Before being promoted to her current role in September 2020, Alison also served as an acting case manager in the Kansas City Regional Office. In her case manager role, Alison serves as the primary FDIC supervisory contact for a portfolio of state and nationally chartered banks located in the Mid-Atlantic Region of the US. Her responsibilities include reviewing, analyzing and processing reports of examination and applications, as well as performing various oversight activities and analyses to support the FDIC’s supervisory objectives.
Alison is a 2022 graduate of GSBC and is joining the regulator team for the Bank Management Simulation course. She is a native of western Nebraska and holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree with majors in finance and economics from the University of Nebraska – Lincoln.