Senior Vice President, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
Roberto Coronado is senior vice president in charge of the Dallas Fed’s San Antonio and El Paso branches. He also oversees law enforcement functions, government relations and economic education programs across all offices of the Eleventh Federal Reserve District.
Coronado is a senior economist and member of the regional group of the Bank’s Research Department. In that capacity, he provides regional input into the Dallas Fed’s monetary policy process and is responsible for monitoring and tracking economic and business activity in West, Central and South Texas as well as southern New Mexico.
His research focuses on issues pertaining to the Mexican economy, U.S.–Mexico economic integration and border issues. Coronado has written articles for various Federal Reserve publications and academic journals in both the United States and Mexico.
Coronado serves as a director for the Texas Lyceum and as a board member for Texas 2036, El Paso Collaborative for Academic Excellence and El Paso Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.
He earned his PhD in economics from the University of Houston and holds a BBA in accounting and economics, and an MS in economics from University of Texas at El Paso.