Brian Moynihan is Chair and CEO of Bank of America, a post he has held since January 1, 2010. Prior to becoming CEO, Moynihan served in various executive capacities for the company and its predecessors since joining the company in 1993. Moynihan also chairs Bank of America's Global Diversity and Inclusion Council. A history concentrator and member of the rugby team, Moynihan earned a Bachelor of Arts from Brown in 1981 and went on to earn his law degree from the University of Notre Dame. He was elected to serve on the Brown Corporation Board of Fellows after serving on the Board of Trustees from 2010 to 2016. Previously he served as a member of the President's Leadership Council. Moynihan participates in several organizations that focus on economic and market trends, including the WorldEconomic Forum's International Business Council (chair), the Financial Services Forum, the Bank PolicyInstitute, the Business Roundtable, the Clearing House (chair), the American Heart Association CEORoundtable (co-chair), The Business Council and the Federal Advisory Council of the Federal Reserve Board. He is a member of the Catalyst Board of Directors, the Council on Competitiveness Board (chair), the Appeal of Conscience Board of Trustees, the Vatican Council for Inclusive Capitalism and co-chair of His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales' Sustainable Markets Initiative. Moynihan works with public officials, businesses and civic leaders at the local level through his participation with the Massachusetts Competitive Partnership and the Partnership for Rhode Island. He is a member of the Museum Council for the Smithsonian's National Museum of African American History and Culture and has also worked with Providence-based The Haitian Project for many years. Moynihan has also served on the boards of YouthBuild Boston and the Boys and Girls Clubs of Boston.