Roy Williams is Vice President of Global Technology Infrastructure at JPMorgan Chase & Co. In his role, Mr. Williams is responsible for driving technical and architectural transformation, delivering engineering standards, tools, and process improvement, while providing enterprise-level oversight in accordance with internal governance, risk controls, and other firm-wide guidelines.
Prior to joining JPMorgan in 2014, Mr. Williams held various positions at Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, Bell Atlantic (now Verizon), and Grumman Aerospace. His most notable achievement includes the 200 West Street, New York Global Headquarters Project a 44-story building opposite the World Trade Center and the global headquarters of the Goldman Sachs investment banking firm. Mr. Williams has more than 20 years of progressive experience partnering with stakeholders and motivating cross-functional teams implementing infrastructure initiatives. Additionally, Roy has served as Board of Directors and Chairman of the Wall Street Alphas Charitable Foundation supporting youth training and mentorship programs throughout lower Manhattan. He is an active life member of the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity a social organization with a service-oriented mission.
Mr. Williams graduated from Hofstra University and received a Master’s in Business Administration from Cornell Johnson Graduate School of Management.