Avid Modjtabai was born in 1962 in United States.
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Avid Modjtabai is an Iranian-born woman. She is responsible for the Consumer Lending Group (CLG), which includes Auto Finance, Dealer Services, Education Financial Services, Home Mortgage and Home Equity, Personal Lines and Loans, Retail Services, Consumer Credit Card, and Rewards and Enhancements Services. Modjtabai helped Wells Fargo become the leading provider of online financial services.
She served as an ExecutiveVice President and Director of Internet Services of Wells Fargo where she was responsible for managing consumer and small business internet services for Wells Fargo. She has also served as Director of Human Resources where she was responsible for developing and implementing people strategies to support Wells Fargo’s business objectives. This included talent management, management of compensation and benefits, HR service centers, HR systems and payroll, team member experience, team member relations and assistance, learning and development, and diversity. Modjtabai has been named as one of the “Most Powerful Women in Banking” as well as one of the “Top 25 Women to Watch” by U.S. Banker and by American Banker. The San Francisco Business Times named her one of the “100 Most Influential Women in Bay Area Business” and Bank Technology News recognized her as one of “The Innovators.” Additionally, she received the “Ellis Island Medal of Honor,” awarded for her outstanding personal and professional achievements, coupled with preserving the richness of her heritage. As an active member of the community, she serves on the board of trustees for The Branson School and is an advisory member of the Columbia Business School Social Enterprise Program and Stanford Center on Longevity.
She earned a Bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering from Stanford University and an MBA in finance from Columbia University.
Avid Modjtabai is an Executive Vice President, Director of Technology Information Group.
Avid Modjtabai, Senior Executive Vice President (Consumer Lending) since July 2011; Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer from April 2007 to July 2011; Executive Vice President (Human Resources) from June 2005 to April 2007; Executive Vice President (Internet Services) of Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. from March 2001 to June 2005. Modjtabai has served with the Company or its predecessors for 18 years.
She received the "Ellis Island Medal of Honor," awarded for her outstanding personal and professional achievements, coupled with preserving the richness of her heritage.