Tim Atwell


Tim Atwell is a technology executive for Bank of America in the Enterprise Chief Information Officer organization. In this role, he is responsible for partnering with Authorized Data Source managers across Global Technology and Operations to institute and sustain a new model for cross-LOB data provisioning operations, which ensures compliance with Enterprise Data Management policies and standards, reduction in operational risk, and optimization of provisioning related costs.


Most recently, he was ATM Technology executive, responsible for leading critical technology efforts aligned to the new consumer strategy to transform our retail and distribution model. Additional responsibilities included vendor management, software and hardware reliability on more than 16,000 ATMs. Tim and his team designed and implemented leading edge technology to integrate remote teller capability leveraging video with ATM hardware devices.


Atwell joined Bank of America in 2005 in ecommerce technology where he held a series of roles with increasing responsibility. Beginning as a senior technology manager developing capability to drive online sales for deposit products, he moved on to the senior service delivery role where he jump started key cross channel solutions, enterprise capabilities, and leading the online sales portfolio.


In 2008, Atwell became service delivery executive for Savings and Investments and Deposit Product
Innovation lines of business. In this role he was responsible for technology activities to build balance growth, increase revenue, and deliver deposit products with speed to market. Before leaving the role, Tim served as technology leader for a new customer centric suite of consumer product offerings with value exchange features. Prior to joining Bank of America, Tim worked as an information technology leader at General Electric Company with key assignments in the Lighting, Quartz, and Advanced Materials divisions.


Atwell is a graduate of North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University where he received a
bachelor of science degree in Computer Science. His community and professional involvement includes:
advisory board member Black Professional Group (CLT) at Bank of America, member of Board of Visitors
for North Carolina A&T State University, member of Information Technology Senior Management
Forum (ITSMF), member of Trustee Council at his church, advisory board member for Freedom School
(FMBC), volunteer for the local Women’s Shelter, and a head football coach with GCYAA for boys.