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Alan Goldblatt

Vice President & Treasurer
Farmer Mac

Alan Goldblatt

Alan is currently the Vice President, Treasurer at Farmer Mac, the secondary market provider that increases the availability and affordability of credit for the benefit of American agricultural and rural communities. Alan leads the debt capital markets team covering the areas of debt funding, liquidity, investments, asset/liability management, interest rate risk and debt investor relations. In August 2020, Alan joined Farmer Mac, a government sponsored enterprise (GSE), headquartered in Washington DC. Alan’s financial risk management and treasury leadership experience spans publicly traded, privately held, GSE and US government organizations. Prior to joining Farmer Mac, Alan served as Vice President of Finance and Treasurer (2016-2020) at Blackboard Inc., a leading global education technology firm headquartered in Washington DC. While at Blackboard, Alan, held leadership roles in Capital Markets, Investor Relations, Payments Processing, Treasury Operations, Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A), Accounts Receivable and Procurement.

Alan’s additional prior positions include: Assistant Treasurer at the renewable energy firm TerraForm Power (2015 - 2016) and Senior Policy Advisor for Capital Markets with a focus on housing finance reform at the U.S. Department of the Treasury (2012 - 2015). He also served as Vice President of Finance specializing in capital management at Fannie Mae (2004 - 2011), Treasurer at American Management Systems -now CGI Corp (1999 - 2004) and Financial Risk Manager at Mobil Oil - now ExxonMobil (1991 - 1999).

Alan served as a Captain in the U.S. Army and holds an active CPA license. He received a BS degree in Chemical Engineering from Lehigh University and an MBA with a finance focus from the Darden School at the University of Virginia.

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