NEW YORK – The Federal Reserve Bank of New York today announced the appointment of Pamela Chase Dyson as executive vice president, head of the Technology Group (TG), and chief information officer. She will also serve on the Bank’s Management Committee. Ms. Dyson’s appointment was approved by the Bank’s board of directors and will be effective October 1, 2018.
As head of TG, Ms. Dyson will be responsible for the strategic planning and governance of the Bank’s Information Technology (IT), and the provisioning and delivery of technology services to the Bank. She will also contribute significantly to advancing technology thinking, strategy and execution across the Federal Reserve System.
Michael Strine, first vice president and chief operating officer of the New York Fed said, “Pam brings a great deal of public sector experience, IT expertise and a track record of innovation, problem-solving and leadership. Having spent the majority of her career in government, she has a keen understanding of how to navigate complex environments and a commitment to data security. I am confident that she will add value to our mission and I look forward to working with her.
“I also would like to thank Bijan Chowdhury, senior vice president for Enterprise Architecture and Design, for his leadership as acting chief information officer while the search was being conducted,” Mr. Strine added.
Ms. Dyson has more than 30 years of experience in IT including enterprise infrastructure and operations, customer relationship management and business solutions delivery. She has led large scale transformations across the entire technology stack including, application development, IT infrastructure and operations, and cyber and data management.
Ms. Dyson is the chief information officer and director of the Office of Information Technology at the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), where she manages all aspects of information technology by delivering high-impact, state-of-the-art technologies solutions.
Prior to joining the SEC, she was deputy chief information officer at the U.S. International Trade Commission, where she held several positions of increasing responsibility for its information technology program.
Ms. Dyson has been a mentor and speaker for STEM program activities for the past 10 years. She holds a bachelor of science from the University of Maryland.