Sheree S. Stomberg

Global Head of Citi Shared Services
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Sheree Stomberg brings over 20 years of diverse leadership experience in pre-eminent global financial services organizations. Her responsibilities have ranged from Technology and Operations to Strategic Planning, Mergers and Acquisitions, Structured Lending and Credit Risk. In building global businesses, she has created product and delivery capabilities in over 90 countries around the globe for businesses ranging from $3 billion to $10 billion in revenues. 

Ms. Stomberg is currently a Managing Director and member of the Operations & Technology Operating Committee at Citi. In 2010 she became the Global Head of Citi Shared Services, which includes Finance and Risk Operations, Accounts Payable, Human Resources Shared Services, General Services, and Global Travel. Additionally, Ms. Stomberg is responsible for the Citi Service Center Delivery Network, the Global Program Management Office, and Mergers, Acquisitions & Divestitures on behalf of Operations & Technology.

From 2005 to 2010 Ms. Stomberg served as Head of Operations & Technology for Citi’s Global Wealth Management business. This included Smith Barney, as well as The Private Bank and the Emerging Affluent business. In this role she had responsibility for developing investment, credit and other product capabilities, and for globalizing operations and technology. 

From 2001 through 2005 Ms. Stomberg served as a member of the Senior Management Team and Head of Global Technology for Citi’s Cash and Trade businesses. She developed and brought to market the leading Internet-based Cash Management and Trade platform across more than 90 countries in 22 languages. This doubled the client base by capturing 17,000 new corporate clients around the globe and won numerous awards, including Global Finance Magazine’s “Best Internet Bank of the Year Award” for four consecutive years. 

Prior to Citi, Ms. Stomberg held various business management positions at UBS. Currently she serves on the Global Board of Directors of The Hunger Project, an organization committed to the sustainable end of world hunger that is active in 23 countries.  She chairs its Governance, Nominating and Human Resources Committee, and, as one of the organization’s leading advocates, has launched strategic initiatives to expand support among both individuals and corporations. Additionally, Ms. Stomberg chairs the Technical Advisory Committee of the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (MASS MoCA), one of the largest centers for contemporary visual and performing arts in the United States.