Wayne Olson is a senior advisor and a former executive director of the Foundation for Economic Education (“FEE”), headquartered in Atlanta, GA. He previously served as the chairman of FEE’s board of trustees.
Wayne retired in 2008 from a 26-year career in structured finance and investment banking, of which 18 years were served at Credit Suisse and its predecessor firm, The First Boston Corporation. In addition to client-facing roles, he held a variety of management positions in both revenue-generating and control functions. Financial engineering and new product development were a particular focus throughout his career.
Wayne holds a BA in English from Harvard and both an MBA in finance and a C.Phil. (“all-but-dissertation”) in economics from the UCLA Anderson School of Management. His primary research interest in economics was industrial organization.
He and his wife, Sandra Miller, have three children and one grandchild.