David Luttrell is a senior economic analyst and the special assistant to the president at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. David enables President Richard Fisher, one of 19 individuals responsible for U.S. monetary policy, as his chief of staff.
Before acting as the liaison on behalf of the Bank president, David previously served as the coordinator of economic and financial analysis and assistant to the director of research. In this role, David developed the research department’s analyst community and managed various inquiries across departments. He also contributed analysis on U.S. banking and financial market developments for presentation the Bank president and Board of Directors, as well as occasional publications.
David serves on the advisory council of Seed Effect, a microfinance organization providing access to microloans and education in South Sudan. David is also a trustee of The Light Foundation, a grant-making charitable organization supporting both local and global Christian outreach, and is the founder and director of Dallas-based stewardship ministry Ambassadors Club.
David holds bachelor’s degrees in economics and finance with a concentration in alternative asset investments from Southern Methodist University. He lives in Dallas with his wife, Keelie, where they are active members of Watermark Community Church. David has enjoyed numerous Honduras mission trips and led HOI’s inaugural mission trip to Nicaragua in August 2013.