Don Anderson is senior vice president and chief information officer at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. In this capacity, he is responsible for the Federal Reserve System's internet cyber- and network-security services and financial management technology services, along with the bank's IT function, real estate services and law-enforcement units. Anderson is also currently a member of the bank's executive committee, representing the bank on the system's CIO committee.
Prior to joining the Federal Reserve, Anderson was a senior consultant with Hewlett-Packard Enterprise, focused on the development and execution of IT transformation strategies for Fortune 500 companies. While at HP, Anderson successfully managed a number of multimillion-dollar international programs.
Anderson holds a BS degree from the University of Connecticut and an MBA from Bentley University. He is a founding member of the Advanced CyberSecurity Center, a board member of the Boston CIO Leadership Association and Wall Street Technology Association and is an active member of the Dana Farber Leadership Council.