Rosa M. Ramos-Kwok is responsible for the Global Wholesale Banking infrastructure globally. Rosa leads a team of technologists responsible for the operational support and infrastructure delivery for the Global Wholesale Bank and the Investment Banking division.
Rosa joined Bank of America in February 2014 to lead the GWB CTO organization. Rosa has over 25+ years of experience at Morgan Stanley and was promoted to all levels of the organization during her tenure at Morgan Stanley (from associate, to Vice President, Executive Director and Managing Director). Rosa joined Morgan Stanley as part of their Information Technology Training Program. Upon graduation from the training program, Rosa held roles in Application Development, Infrastructure Management, Risk Management, and Production Management. Immediately prior to joining the Bank of America, Rosa was the Morgan Stanley Global head of Enterprise Production Management as well as the Americas regional head of Enterprise Infrastructure. While at Morgan Stanley, Rosa was a champion of Diversity as well as Women in Technology and served as the Chair of the Latino Employee Network.
Rosa graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree from New York University and also attended the Bronx High School of Science.
Rosa resides in the New York Metropolitan area and has been recognized as a leader in the Hispanic Community and Diversity. Rosa has been featured in several publications including Latina Style Magazine, Diversity and Careers Magazine, and was recognized as a Latin Trendsetter by Latin Trends magazine. Rosa was recognized as a great mind in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) by the HENAAC organization and was recently (2013) recognized by HITEC as one of the top 100 U.S. based Latinos in Technology. Rosa is also a member of the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE).