Ardy Lynn Wurtzel is a senior research assistant for the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia. She delivers presentations to the business and banking community that are focused on understanding emerging economic trends and business concerns in the Bank’s District, which includes eastern Pennsylvania, southern New Jersey, and Delaware. Her responsibilities include managing economic data sets and conducting research on various topics involving current economic trends.
Wurtzel teaches money and banking at Rutgers University. In addition, she teaches microeconomic principles at Arcadia University. Previously, she taught both microeconomic and macroeconomic principles as well as the American economy at Temple University.
She is a member of Temple’s Economic Society and the Golden Key International Honors Society. She earned an M.A. in economics from Temple University’s graduate school for economics and a B.A. in economics and finance from Temple University’s Fox School of Business.