The Wall Street Technology Association (WSTA®), an industry organization that provides technology and business professionals in the financial industry a forum to learn from and connect with each other, is pleased to welcome Don Anderson, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston and Michael Santoro, E*TRADE, to its 2020 Board of Directors.
NEW YORK, Jan. 15, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- The Wall Street Technology Association (WSTA®), an industry organization that provides technology and business professionals in the financial industry a forum to learn from and connect with each other, is pleased to welcome Don Anderson, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston and Michael Santoro, E*TRADE, to its 2020 Board of Directors.
Don Anderson, Senior Vice President & CIO, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
At the Boston Fed, Don is responsible for the Bank's IT and cyber security functions as well as leading the Federal Reserve System's ERP Transformation. In 2017, he was awarded the Boston CIO of the Year ORBiE award by the Boston Business Journal and Boston CIO Leadership Association.
Don holds a BS degree from the University of Connecticut and an MBA from Bentley University, serves on the Boards of the Advanced Cyber Security Center (ACSC) and Boston CIO Leadership Association and is an active member of the Dana Farber Leadership Council (DFLC).
Michael Santoro, VP, Institutional Advisory Products, E*TRADE
Michael is an accomplished executive with both Business and IT Executive experience for twenty plus years in Financial Services, Management Consulting and Technology. He possesses significant strategic and tactical expertise in business and technology transformation. He applies practical Lean and Agile principles to mindsets and workflow leading to the creation of effective operating models with an emphasis on Solution Delivery. Michael has been married for 20 years to his wife Marian and has three teenage daughters. He likes to spend his spare time with family usually on a softball field coaching and training youth sports. He is also the co-founder of the Central Jersey Force Softball Organization.
The WSTA would like to thank its Board of Directors for volunteering their time, experience and expertise which allows the organization to continue to serve as a valuable resource for the financial industry.
James Kostulias, Managing Director, Retail Client Experience, TD Ameritrade
1st Vice President
Ken DeGiglio, Chief Information Officer, EquiLend
2nd Vice President
Thomas Doughty, VP-Chief Information Security Officer, Prudential Financial
Curt Andringa, Director Technology Infrastructure Business Management, TD Ameritrade
Thomas I. Piderit, Vice President, Federal Reserve Bank of New York
- Don Anderson, Senior Vice President & CIO, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
- Randall Brett, Managing Director, Chief Technology Officer, Pine River Capital Management
- Raja Chris, Director, Head of Infrastructure, Annaly Capital Management, Inc.
- Salvatore Cucchiara, CIO, Head of Wealth Management Technology, Morgan Stanley
- Swamy Kocherlakota, CIO, S&P Global
- John F. Looney, Deputy Chief Data Officer, State Street Corporation
- Michael McGrath, Executive Director, JP Morgan Chase
- Nick Pinarligil, Head of Enterprise Infrastructure, Fidelity Investments
- Alec Polnarev, Managing Director – Information Technology, Harvard Management Company
- Christopher Reimers, Managing Director, Global Technology & Operations, Bank of America
- Joseph Salvatore, SVP, Brown Brothers Harriman
- Michael Santoro, VP, Institutional Advisory Products, E*TRADE
- Phyllis Lampell
- Jo Ann Cooper
About the Wall Street Technology Association (WSTA)
The Wall Street Technology Association (http://www.wsta.org) provides financial industry technology professionals, vendors, service providers, and consultants forums to learn from and connect with each other. The WSTA facilitates educational seminars and networking events where members meet and exchange ideas and best practices that assist them in effectively capitalizing on technology advances and dealing with financial industry business challenges. Founded in 1967, the WSTA is a not-for-profit association with a long history of evolving to meet the needs of its members.
The WSTA plans to continue to host educational seminars, panels, focused roundtables, and other unique events that will address business and operational challenges and technology solutions for the financial services industry. 2020 topics include: Cloud-First Design, Analytics, AI & Beyond, Infrastructure for Transformation, Digitization and CX, Emerging Tech/DLT, Blockchain, Global Workplace of the Future, and Technology Innovation. Two "Premier Social Events" for technology and business professionals to get together after hours in an informal setting will also be held. For a complete calendar, visit http://www.wsta.org/events/.
SOURCE Wall Street Technology Association (WSTA)