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Jan 9, 2018

Edmund Moy is the son of a Chinese immigrant who grew up working in his father’s restaurant doing everything from washing dishes to the bookkeeping. As a young boy working the cash register at the restaurant, he would go through the change drawer looking for unique coins. This soon turned into a hobby and 40 years later he would be appointed the 38th and last Director of the United States Mint. (As of this recording the position remains vacant)

Ed got his start working for the George W. Bush campaign and helped advise the transition. He was later asked to work at the White House as a Senior Staffer before settling into his role as Director of the Mint which he held from 2006 until 2011.

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