Debbie Guild is the chief technology officer (CTO) for Bank of American's enterprise functions. She is responsible for end-to-end client engagement, design, plan, build and operation of infrastructure solutions. This includes the technology capabilities supporting Global Marketing & Corporate Affairs, Legal, Compliance and Regulatory Relations. Debbie also oversees New BAC program implementation for Technology Infrastructure and leads other strategic technology efforts.
Prior to this post, Debbie served as the leader for the company's Global Integrated Business & Technology Services division, responsible for technology and business services supporting program delivery, business management, business controls, technology transitions and release management.
Debbie has more than 20 years of experience leading technology groups. She previously served as the bank's Enterprise Technology & Delivery Program Delivery Management executive and Testing Center of Excellence executive. She also held leadership positions in the MBNA transition and Consumer Technology groups, providing technical, functional and strategic leadership for major cross-organizational change initiatives.
Prior to joining Bank of America, Debbie was a senior network testing engineer at Intel Corporation, where she was a senior network engineer supporting the Pentium Processor and other hardware.
Debbie is the executive sponsor for Bank of America's Women in Technology & Operations resource group, which has 14 active chapters around the world, and she is also a board member for the National Women in Technology organization. In her local community, Debbie serves on the board of Gateway Girl Scout Council of North Florida.
Debbie earned a Computer Science degree and a minor in mathematics from The University of North Florida. She lives in Jacksonville, Florida, with her husband and four sons.