Jodi Rolland serves as Bank of America’s Market President and local enterprise leader in Denver and across the State of Colorado. With a goal of delivering one company to clients and customers, she works across the region to connect Bank of America’s business lines to deliver integrated financial services to individuals, families and businesses. Jodi also leads Bank of America’s environmental, social and governance work in the region, by collaborating with public, private and nonprofit partners to focus on philanthropic investments that strengthen the economic health of communities across the state.
In addition to being Market President, Jodi is the Market Executive for Global Commercial Banking for the Colorado market. In the role, she leads a team of commercial bankers who partner across the bank to deliver the full suite of services, including investment banking, credit, treasury solutions, investment management and personal banking to middle market companies and institutions with annual revenues of $50 million to $2 billion.
Prior to joining Global Commercial Banking, Jodi was the Division Executive for Merrill Lynch Wealth Management in the 12-state Heartland Division and managed more than 870 financial advisors and $109 billion in client assets. Her career at Merrill Lynch began in 1993 as a financial advisor and she has held a variety of local, regional and national leadership positions.
Jodi has an extensive background in community involvement. Currently, she serves on the boards of Denver Junior Achievement, the WiseWomen Council of The Leadership Investment, Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce Board of Governors, Colorado Bankers Association and Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver. She is also active with the National Leadership Academy at the University of Denver, a program that engages high school students in leadership training, service learning and civic engagement. She previously served on other boards, including, Pacific Symphony, Orangewood Children’s Foundation, United Way’s Women’s Philanthropy Fund and Garth Brooks Touch ‘Em All Foundation.
Rolland learned the importance of hard work from an early age. Her mother died when she was only seven years old, and she was raised by her three older sisters. Their influence drives her work ethic and desire to help others live better financial lives. Rolland has received a number of recognitions for her work in the community, including being named Warren Village’s 2016 Corporate Leader Honoree of the Year for her commitment and strategic counsel in helping the organization launch their College to Career program. She has also been named to the Denver Business Journal’s 2014 Power Book for her business and community impact, as well as The Leadership Investments 2014 Woman of Vision Award recipient.
Rolland holds a bachelor’s degree in financial management from the University of North Dakota. She and her husband, Rob Rolland, are the proud parents of two boys, Keaton and Connor, and currently reside in Littleton, Colorado.