Job Title: SVP, Global Data Officer
Company: Charles Schwab
Andrew Salesky is Schwab’s Global Data Officer, leading a function focused on leveraging data to create competitive advantage. Andrew has been with Schwab for 19 years.
Prior to his leadership of Global Data, Andrew led several established and start up organizations within Schwab. He led Schwab’s branch network, field and client facing platforms (including Schwab.com), and the launch of Schwab Private Client as well as Schwab Independent Branch Services (Schwab’s entry into the franchising of retail branches). Andrew was a Senior Engagement Manager at McKinsey & Co. prior to joining Schwab.
Andrew has an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business, where he was an Arjay Scholar. He also holds a BS and MS in Industrial Engineering from Stanford University. He lives in San Rafael with his wife and 2 teen age children.
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