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Amy Nichols is head of the Head of Technology Integrity Group, one of the world’s largest and most innovative information technology groups with more than 20,000 talented team members who help keep Wells Fargo at the forefront of America’s diversified financial services companies.
Amy is responsible for providing strategic thought leadership to critical major initiatives. Currently she is driving oversight for key areas of control including Cloud, Architecture, Segregation of Duties and Secure Development. This also includes improvements to implement cybersecurity requirements into the full application portfolio.
She previously served as Command Center leader for the Technology Cybersecurity Program, which had oversight for areas of improvements across many disclipements including Asset Management, Network Perimeter Controls, Identity and Access Mgmtm and Cybersecurity Risk Practices.
Amy also headed the legacy Information Services (IS) Strategic Initiatives Office and served in leadership roles spanning Wells Fargo’s lines of business, specifically related to Cash Management (wires and ACH), Treasury Services (Corporate services, Reporting, Lockbox), Imagining Services, and Shared Services (Asset Management, Program Management, and Systems Development Lifecycle Tools).
Outside of work, Amy supports the local Charlotte tech community in various way. In 2019, she formed CyberHype Charlotte with four other community leaders, which supports social media and other marketing collaboration for all Charlotte tech meetups and technical sessions across the Charlotte metro area.
Amy graduated from Queens University with a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science. Amy also supports Queens in support of the future talent pool through Alumni activities and scholarships.