Joan Dal Bianco
Job Title: Senior Vice President, Head of US Office of the Chief Data Officer
Joan Dal Bianco, SVP, Head, Office of the Chief Data Officer (OCDO) – U.S. is a highly respected leader with several years of TD experience. Having held increasingly senior roles, Joan’s experience covers a broad range of lines of business and corporate functions including TD Canada Trust, Finance, Term Investments, Real Estate Secured Lending, Direct and Digital Channels, Global Anti-Money Laundering, and the Office of the Chief Data Officer (OCDO).
Joan’s current mandate encompasses enabling and maintaining TD’s Enterprise Data Strategy in the United States, as established by the OCDO. This includes Enterprise Data Governance, Policy Management and Adherence, Regulatory and Compliance Management, and Communications and Change Management.
Joan’s breadth of experience includes various management and executive positions, coupled with her pursuit of higher learning. She holds an Executive Masters of Business Administration degree from the Ivey School of Business and a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Western Ontario specializing in Statistics. Joan holds Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) and Certified Management Accountant (CMA) designations, and she has completed the Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS) certification.
Using data to identify winning products based on business needs and customer demands Delivering insights to improve and personalize product pricing Creating an internal culture of no-fail, experimentation, and testing
Open to men and women, this informal roundtable session will discuss the challenges and opportunities that women face in the data world, as well as considering what actions the community can take to encourage more women to consider a career in data.
What processes can you use to maintain high quality data over extended time periods to deliver an improvement for the long term? Developing a monitoring approach – the techniques that will help you identify and eliminate issues as part of your on-going governance program Lessons learned – how can you avoid the bumps on the… Read more.
Changing perceptions – how can we make data governance a routine activity for all, rather than an inconvenient extra task? Communicating the importance of high quality data to non-technical users Overcoming inertia – techniques to place data governance at the heart of your organization
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