Rae-Ann Miller began her career with the FDIC in 1989 as a safety and
soundness examiner in New Jersey, and in 1994, was promoted to a trust
specialist in Delaware. Ms. Miller transferred to FDIC headquarters in
Washington, D.C. in 1996 as Special Assistant to the Chief Operating
Officer. In 1998, she was promoted to Manager, Risk Management and
Applications Branch and in 2000 to Assistant Director, Applications and
Supervision Branch. As Assistant Director, Ms. Miller managed the
Washington Office’s programs for problem banks, enforcement actions,
applications, and fraud and anti-money laundering. In 2002, Ms. Miller
moved to the Division of Insurance and Research as Associate Director,
Regional Operations. In this capacity, she managed the FDIC’s regional
and local banking and economic analysis and publication processes. Ms.
Miller currently serves as Special Advisor, working primarily on issues
related to the underserved and lower income consumers, alternative
financial services, and consumer protection.