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Lance Drummond currently serves as an Executive in Residence for Christopher Newport University Luter School of Business. He retired as Executive VP of Operations and Technology for TD Canada Trust Bank in January 2015. Prior to TD, Lance was at Fiserv, where he was Executive VP Human Resources and Shared Services. Before joining Fiserv in April 2009, Lance led digital payment strategies as the head of Online Bank and ATM Operations at Bank of America. In this role, he managed the largest consumer online bank in the U.S., serving millions of active online consumers, bill payers and mobile subscribers. He was also responsible for delivering capabilities across the largest bank-owned network of ATMs in the country, including the deployment of deposit image ATMs. Prior to this, Lance was the Service and Fulfillment Operations executive for Global Technology and Operations at Bank of America, providing end-to-end operations support for all of the bank's customers, banking centers and 18,000 ATMs. He initially led supply chain management when he joined Bank of America in 2002. Before Bank of America, Lance was with Eastman Kodak Company for 26 years in a variety of technology and leadership positions. His last position there was Chief Operating Officer for the Kodak Office Professional Products Division where he was responsible for day-to- day operations of the $1.7 billion business unit. He directed eBusiness, global manufacturing, five strategic planning units, sales and marketing, global supply chain, quality and information technology. Lance is a University of Rochester, Board Trustees, he is Freddie Mac Board Member, a University of Rochester Board Trustee, a Garth Fagan Dance Company Board Trustee, an angel investor, and Founder of Dreamseeds, a children arts program offered through Sojourner House, Rochester NY. He received his bachelor's degree in business management from Boston University, a master's degree in business administration from the Simon Business School at the University of Rochester, and a master's degree in management science from Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Lance received the MIT Sloan Fellowship in 1994 and the Aspen Institute's Henry Crown Fellowship in 1998. He is a member of the Aspen Global Leadership Network.