Daron Peschel is the Senior Vice President in Charge of the Houston Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank and a member of the Bank’s Senior Management Committee. In this capacity, Peschel oversees the activities of the Federal Reserve in the Gulf Coast region.
Since joining the Federal Reserve in 1989, Peschel has served in numerous analytical and official roles including cash operations, financial and risk management, administrative services, public outreach, and the board of directors. He also served on special assignment at the Federal Reserve System Board of Governors in Washington, D.C.
An advocate of business and financial education, Peschel serves on the University of Texas McCombs
School of Business Dean’s Advisory Council, Sam Houston State University Chair of Banking Advisory Board, and the Junior Achievement Gulf Coast Board of Directors. Active in the Houston community, Peschel serves on the Central Houston Board of Directors and the World Affairs Council of Greater Houston Advisory Board. He is a past member of the Buffalo Bayou Partnership Board of Directors.
Peschel holds a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance from the University of Texas at Austin and a
Masters of Business Administration in Banking and Financial Institutions from Sam Houston State
University. He is also a graduate of Leadership Houston Class XXVII, the Center for Houston’s Future, the Federal Reserve senior management training program, and numerous other executive education programs.