Kansas City Fed bankers answer questions from kids to spread the word about the bank

A superb, awareness-raising initiative by the Kansas City Fed designed to engage a diverse audience, be it a Fed watcher or someone how knows little about the US central bank: Kids Ask the KC Fed.

The series of short interviews are based on questions children have asked when visiting the Kansas City Fed. The questions—asked by a child host to a Kansas City Fed employee—focus either on a particular job or an aspect related to the Bank’s work or both.

In Episode 1, a schoolgirl asks Esther George, KC Fed President, obvious questions, such as "What does a Federal Reserve Bank president do?” or “What’s your favorite thing to do at work?”.

Worth watching, or following as a role model.