SHERI B. BRONSTEIN, Vice Chair
Chief Human Resources Officer
Bank of America
member of the company’s executive management team. In this role, she drives the
company’s efforts to be a great place to work for all employees through a focus on
recognizing and rewarding performance, creating opportunities for employees to
develop and grow, being an inclusive workplace for our teammates around the
world and supporting employees’ financial, physical and emotional wellness. This
includes leading a global team of human resources professionals responsible for
recruiting, leadership development, learning, compensation, benefits, diversity and
inclusion and employee relations for employees in more than 35 countries.
Bronstein joined Bank of America in 2000 and has held various roles supporting Global
Markets, Global Investment Banking and the international regions. She served most
recently as global human resources executive for Global Banking and Markets. Prior to
joining Bank of America, she worked at JP Morgan in a variety of human resources
Bronstein spearheads domestic violence awareness initiatives for the company, and
is the executive sponsor of the company’s Domestic Violence Task Force. She was
also selected as a Global Ambassador for the company’s partnership with Vital
Voices in Poland. The program brings together influential global women leaders
from public and private sectors to mentor women from emerging markets engaged
in small businesses and social enterprises.
In 2017, Bronstein was recognized by the Joe Torre Safe At Home Foundation for her
and the company’s commitment to supporting the well-being of employees through
domestic violence awareness, prevention and resource sharing. In 2018, she was
appointed a member of the LSC Board of Trustees.
Combining her expertise in human resources, people management, and executive
leadership, Bronstein is a member of the CHRO Global Leadership Board that aims to
play a major role in influencing and advancing HR strategy and the HR community.
Bronstein also serves on the Steering Committee for Paradigm for Parity, a coalition
of business leaders, board members and academics committed to addressing the
corporate leadership gender gap. Additionally, she is an active member of the
advisory board for the Robert Toigo Foundation, and has been a longtime champion
of its efforts to help advance young, diverse business professionals early in their