Roy is an innovator, entrepreneur, and senior technology executive with over 20 years of technology experience, specializing in enterprise IT design and execution. He continues to drive technical and architectural transformation, delivering engineering standards, tools, and process improvement — while simultaneously increasing levels of control and reducing risk in the organization. Mr. Williams excels at collaborative negotiations and fostering solid business relationships recognizing synergies and securing opportunities to strengthen IT and business strategic alignment.
In his previous role as Vice President of Global Technology Infrastructure at JPMorgan Chase, Mr. Williams was responsible for steering IT programs and projects, including enhanced security initiatives, risk assessment & mitigation, and systems optimization while directing enterprise-level oversight.
Prior to joining JPMorgan, Mr. Williams held various positions at Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, Bell Atlantic, and Grumman Aerospace. The most notable of his achievements include his contributions to the construction of the 200 West Street Project a 44-story building opposite the World Trade Center, and the global headquarters for Goldman Sachs.
Additionally, Roy has served as Board of Directors and Chair of the Wall Street Alphas Charitable Foundation supporting youth training and mentorship programs throughout lower Manhattan. He is an active member of the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity a non-profit organization with a service-oriented mission assisting underserved communities.
Mr. Williams holds a Master’s in Business Administration from Cornell University and a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering Science from Hofstra University. He currently lives in Long Island, New York with his wife and two children.