June Butler Furlan received her undergraduate degree in economics from Cornell University and MA in economics from Northwestern University. She is married with two children and lives in Arlington Heights, Illinois.
She has extensive experience in the derivatives industry, creating new futures and options products, designing, and implementing flexible systems to clear over the counter and complex products. She also has extensive experience in strategic planning which she brings to TiBA’s Board of Directors.
She is a member of the Montgomery Travelers (MTs), a diverse group of twenty-six people that visited Montgomery to understand the history of systemic racism and its impact on our lives and communities. While living in Jersey City, NJ, June was a Board Member and President of the Barrow Mansion Development Corporation, an 1838 Greek Revival Mansion in the middle of downtown Jersey City providing office space for not-for profits and performance space for arts groups.