Wells Fargo Names Otis Rolley as Head of Social Impact

Wells Fargo Names Otis Rolley as Head of Social Impact

Wells Fargo & Company announced today that Otis Rolley is joining the company as head of Social Impact, leading community engagement and enterprise philanthropy, including the Wells Fargo Foundation. Rolley will report to Bill Daley, vice chairman of Public Affairs, effective August 1.

Rolley was most recently a member of the senior leadership team and head of U.S. Equity and Economic Opportunity Initiative at The Rockefeller Foundation, one of the oldest and most distinguished global philanthropic organizations. In this role, Rolley managed grant-making and investments focused on economic stability, mobility, and innovation for low-wage workers and communities, with a focus on serving Black and Latino individuals, people of color, and women. Prior to his current role at Rockefeller, he led the North American portfolio of cities for 100 Resilient Cities (now the Resilient Cities Network), a global Rockefeller initiative to advance systemic change through strategic human and financial investment in municipal government and community leadership. Rolley led a team that connected cities’ municipal, civic, philanthropic, and community leadership with tools, technical assistance, and resources to fund, implement, track, and evaluate urban economic and environmental resilience strategy initiatives.

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Source: Wells Fargo


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