Joe Price is president of Consumer and Small Business Banking for Bank of America, and a member of the bank’s executive management team. He leads a team serving approximately 57 million consumer and small business customer relationships in 32 states and the District of Columbia, through the unrivaled convenience of a domestic retail distribution network of approximately 5,900 domestic banking centers, approximately 18,000 ATMs, nationwide call centers and the leading online and mobile banking platforms. His responsibilities include products and services that are everyday essentials for customers, such as deposits, credit and debit card, unsecured lending and integrated solutions for Small Business and Mass Affluent customers. Price also oversees international credit card operations in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Spain and Canada. Price previously was chief financial officer of Bank of America. As CFO, Price had responsibility for Finance, Corporate Treasury, Corporate Investments and Investor Relations. Price has also served as the risk management executive for Global Corporate and Investment Banking, responsible for the management of the credit, market and operational risks associated with the commercial credit portfolio and trading products within GCIB. In a former role, Price was a member of the Corporate Development team, identifying strategic opportunities for the company. He has also served as president of Bank of America’s Consumer Finance Group, general auditor for Bank of America, and held other risk management positions within the company. Price joined Bank of America in 1992 after serving on the bank’s engagement team at PriceWaterhouse. While at PriceWaterhouse, he was a member of the Financial Institutions National Industry Group specializing in banking and acquisitions and derivatives. Price serves on the board of trustees of the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, and on the Belk College Board of Advisors at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Price has also been a strong supporter of Habitat for Humanity of Charlotte since the early 90s, serving on its board of directors from 2004 to 2009. In 2007, he co-chaired the Building Tomorrows capital campaign which raised more than $7 million for Habitat Charlotte. He earned a bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.