Boards and Memberships

  • Discovery Place (Trustee)
  • Hamilton College (Trustee)

Aditya Bhasin is chief technology and information officer for Bank of America and is a member of the company’s executive management team.

Bhasin leads a global team of more than 60,000 employees responsible for designing and delivering technology solutions for all eight lines of business, staff support groups, Global Information Security, Technology Infrastructure and Global Business Services.

Previously, Bhasin was head of Consumer, Small Business, Wealth Management and Employee Technology. In this role, he was responsible for designing and delivering technology for Consumer, Small Business and Wealth Management clients through Bank of America’s online and mobile banking apps as well as in financial centers and in Merrill and Private Bank offices. Bhasin and his team also drove the evolution of software delivery methodologies, agile development practices and architecture standards companywide, while identifying partnerships that connect Bank of America to the emerging technology ecosystem and innovations for clients.

Since joining the bank in 2004, Bhasin has held numerous leadership roles. He has led teams in Marketing, Analytics, Digital Banking, Home Loans and Strategy. Previously, he was a principal at Booz Allen & Hamilton, serving clients globally.

Bhasin is executive sponsor for the Women in Technology & Operations advocacy group, the Hispanic and Latino Leadership Advisory Council and the Black Leadership Advisory Council for Global Technology. He also serves on Bank of America’s Asian Advisory Council, which advocates for teammates of Asian descent to help advance and grow their careers. In 2022, he received the A-List Award for courageous leadership from Ascend Inc., the nonprofit pan-Asian membership organization for business professionals.

Bhasin is a trustee of Hamilton College and chairs the board of trustees of the Discovery Place science and technology museums for children in the Carolinas.

He holds master’s degrees in computer engineering and engineering management from Dartmouth College, and undergraduate degrees in chemistry and computer science from Hamilton College.

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