Rich Brown serves as senior vice president in the Global Environmental Group at Bank of America. The group is responsible for all environmental sustainability for the company, which includes strategic direction for business activities such as climate finance, operational initiatives, employee programs, corporate policy and governance, philanthropy and supporting the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. In that role, Brown is responsible for environmental business development, marketing initiatives, managing the bank’s partnerships with national and international environmental organizations, and Bank of America’s My Environment employee engagement program. He is a 28-year veteran of Bank of America. Prior to joining Bank of America, Brown was legislative aide to then-Congressman (now U.S. Senator) Ron Wyden. Brown earned a bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of Oregon. Bank of America is a founding member of the Strategic Energy Alliance at Stanford.