Prior to joining Promontory, Rawan held a number of senior roles in domestic finance and international affairs at the U.S. Department of the Treasury. As a Senior Advisor at the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, she worked with the executive committee and senior staff on Dodd-Frank issues and the Financial Stability Oversight Council. She was instrumental in launching and running Treasury’s Troubled Asset Relief Program, serving as the Chief of Staff for TARP and the Senior Advisor to the Assistant for Financial Stability. In those roles, Rawan worked with the Assistant Secretary to build out and run the Office of Financial Stability and oversee all its teams and programs. She managed the front office and external communications, and served as the liaison to all internal and external stakeholders. At Treasury, Rawan also served for a number of years as the lead Financial Sector Advisor on India and the Middle East, with her portfolio including issues such as bank branching, financial and capital markets liberalization, and financial stability. She managed the bilateral U.S.-India financial regulatory dialogue and the Middle East Partnership for Financial Excellence, both Treasury-led initiatives involving U.S. and foreign regulators. She also worked on various international regulatory reform issues and managed several private-sector outreach initiatives for the Treasury secretary. Rawan has also worked as a Financial Sector Consultant at the World Bank and as a Vice President at Bank of America Merrill Lynch.