Technology Risk Officer, Bank of America
President of the Polytechnic Alumni Association
Anthony F. Concolino '82 is a senior Information Technology executive with over 35 years of business, engineering and operations experience in the financial services industry. As a former Chief Operations Officer at Citi for Capital Markets, Banking and Corporate Technology Infrastructure, he led large global organizations in modernizing enterprise technology as part of a multi-billion dollar Cloud/IT transformation program. Earlier in his career he held global senior management positions at Reuters where he was instrumental in pioneering multiple generations of world-class financial information systems that revolutionized Wall Street. His innovative style earned him a reputation as an influential leader great at building relationships, strong with both strategy and execution. Most recently, his work has been devoted to Cloud, Cyber Security and Risk and has been an advisor for many startups and early growth-stage companies.
While studying for his BSEE degree during the years 1978-82, Mr. Concolino held various Student Council elected positions including President and Treasurer and was a member of several committees. He is most proud to have worked alongside Dr. George Bugliarello during the formative years of the MetroTech vision and being honored with the Brooklyn Hall of Fame Award for Outstanding Student Leadership. Mr. Concolino and his wife have three grown children, two of whom graduated from NYU and one from Fordham University.
Through his longstanding involvement with the Alumni Association, and as an NYU parent, he has watched the great progress made over the past three decades. As we enter a new era of transformational change that will bring the likes of driver-less vehicles, smart cities, privatized space travel, vast new infrastructure plus many more once unimaginable feats that rely on great engineering and innovation, he is eager to take the baton once again and serve as President of NYU Tandon School of Engineering, Polytechnic Alumni Association.