Doris Quiros, Senior Vice President
Doris Quiros is a senior vice president in the Supervision, Regulation, and Credit (SRC) Division at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta and a member of the executive leadership committee. Quiros oversees the Sixth District's supervision of state member banks, bank and financial holding companies, and US branches and agencies of foreign banking operations. She is responsible for the district's credit and risk management (CRM) function and is a member of the System's supervision committee.
Quiros began her career as a statistical reports analyst at the New York Fed in 1991. She joined the Atlanta Fed in 1996 as a team leader in statistics. Three years later, Quiros transitioned to the Bank's Financial Management and Planning Department, where she continued to take on roles of increasing responsibility. In 2004, she was promoted to assistant vice president, Financial Statistics and Structure Analysis. She later moved to Internal Audit, serving as assistant vice president and assistant general auditor. In 2013, Quiros joined SRC as assistant vice president in credit and risk management. She was promoted in 2016 to vice president and in 2021 to senior vice president and head of SRC.
Quiros is highly regarded throughout the Federal Reserve System for her thoughtful and proactive leadership, strong record of success, and extensive experience across a range of business areas. She has done an outstanding job leading SRC's CRM, culture, and shared services (CCS) business line and overseeing the quality assurance group. Quiros reorganized the CCS business line to ensure that culture-related topics such as career development, agility, and diversity, equity, and inclusion have prominent and permanent visibility and resources.
Quiros's notable achievements include overseeing the 2020 launch of the Bank's Paycheck Protection Program Liquidity Facility initiative, which helped keep small businesses operating and individuals employed during the COVID-19 pandemic. At the System level, she played a lead role in the efficiency initiative for bank supervision operations and has served in leadership roles for several System groups. Quiros holds a bachelor's degree in business administration in banking and finance from Hofstra University in New York. She is a certified internal auditor and has completed executive development programs at Columbia University, the University of California–Los Angeles, and the University of Western Ontario. Quiros is treasurer for the board of directors of Street Grace, a nonprofit that uses demand-reduction strategies to eradicate the commercial sexual exploitation of children. She has also served on the board of Girls Inc.