Andrew Leventis is the NCUA’s Chief Economist. In this role, he supports the NCUA’s safety and soundness mission by developing and distributing economic intelligence for NCUA’s offices and leadership. He is also the director of the Office of the Chief Economist, which enhances the NCUA’s understanding of emerging microeconomic and macroeconomic risks and participates in the development of agency and interagency policy.
Before joining the NCUA, Mr. Leventis served as Deputy Chief Economist with the Federal Housing Finance Agency. Prior to his government service, he had extensive private-sector experience as an economist and decision engineer.
Mr. Leventis holds master’s and doctoral degrees in economics from Princeton University and a bachelor’s degree in quantitative economics from Stanford University.