Paul Brassil

Vice President, Information Technology, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston

Paul Brassil is the Vice President of Information Technology at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston and joined the Federal Reserve in 2013. He is responsible for all central IT functions at the Boston Fed, including application development and support, project and relationship management, information security solutions and compliance, and local desktop and network services. Prior to joining the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, Paul served as Senior Director of Solutions Delivery at EMC Corporation, where he was responsible for a large portfolio of mission critical platforms supporting EMC’s Global Services organization. Paul has over 20 years in technology and in earlier roles at EMC, and at previous companies such as Siemens, PrimeArray Systems, and Simplex-Grinnell, Paul focused on data center operations, application development, and IT service delivery. Paul has a Masters in IT from Bentley University in Massachusetts and was a finalist for the 2018 Boston CIO of the Year ORBIE award (Nonprofit).

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I lead the Boston Fed's digital innovation roadmap, which includes building our blockchain sandbox, rolling out new RPA capabilities, and defining our journey to the cloud. I'm also passionate about promoting opportunities for women and minorities in STEM careers.

Session Track: innovationWomenPopUp

Tuesday, June 11 11:15 AM - 12:15 PM 253B

IW226 - Team Building with an Eye Towards Diversity

This session will be composed of two panels: The Importance of Male Allies:
For gender inclusion programs to work, men need to be involved in the conversation. When it comes to male-dominated industries, male allies are a key factor in making sure organizations see progress in their D&I programs. During this session, panelists will discuss what men can do to help women at work and the key part they play in diverse cultures.

Building Inclusive Teams (Panel)
To be able to compete in today’s marketplace, companies need to learn how to build inclusive teams. Diverse and inclusive teams will ensure that you can create products or services which will speak to all your customers’ needs. In this panel, we will discuss the importance of inclusive teams, how to build them and their overall impact on business strategy.

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