Monique Rollins currently serves as the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Capital Markets at the Department of Treasury. She oversees the Office of Capital Markets, which advises Treasury officials on the capital markets implications of policy choices and collaborates with other government agencies and offices within the Executive Branch. Areas of focus include housing policy and broader housing finance reform, market functioning, student loans and infrastructure finance. Monique joined Treasury in 2011 as a Senior Policy Advisor, initially concentrating on market structure and small business access to capital where she worked on the passage of the Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act in 2012. Prior to coming to Treasury, Monique spent over 10 years at Goldman Sachs serving primarily as an advisor to large corporations on capital markets transactions and liability and risk management strategy. Monique holds a Bachelor of Arts in International Affairs and Economics, magna cum laude, from Brown University and a Masters of Business Administration with honors from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.