Michelle Boston

Bank of America

Data Management Technology & Enterprise Architecture Executive

Michelle Boston is the Data Management Technology & Enterprise Architecture Executive for Bank of America. In this role, Michelle leads the team responsible for enterprise architecture and data quality control across Global Technology, development of data technology strategy and the advancement of data management, data privacy, and data protection capabilities in adherence to Enterprise Data policies and standards.

Previously, Michelle led a team responsible for defining technology strategies and delivering solutions supporting Legal, Corporate Audit and RPSWT Data Management. She has also served in several technology leadership roles at the company.

Prior to joining Bank of America in 2012, Michelle served as Chief Information Officer for Partners Imaging, a privately held medical imaging services company in Dallas, Texas. Michelle serves as the Executive Chair for the Global Technology Hispanic Latino Advisory Council, Executive Co-Chair for the Hispanic Latino Executive Council (HLEC), Executive Co-Chair of Women in Technology & Operations (WIT&O), & Executive Chair of the North Texas WIT&O chapter & Bank of America’s Girls Who Code Summer Immersion program. She is also an active Executive Sponsor for Bank of America partnerships with Grace Hopper and the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE).

In 2023, Latina Style Inc. recognized Michelle as one of their Top 12 LATINA Style Executives of the Year. In 2022, Michelle received the HOLA Impacto award. Additionally, HITEC has recognized Michelle as one of the Top 100 Hispanic IT Executives in 2020, 2021, and 2022. She was featured in Hispanic Executive magazine as a Leading Latina in 2020. Michelle has a degree in Management Information Systems from Texas A&M University and resides in Richardson, Texas.

11:00 AM - 11:40 AM

MAY 2, 2024 Schedule

Session 3: Applied AI in Action

We’ve set the scene with the potential of AI and how to tackle its application. Now, let’s hear from Fortune 500 leaders about how they’re enabling AI to transform and re-envision how they do business by executing real tasks—and the benefits they’re seeing from it.