Jaymie MitchellSenior Vice President
Supplier Diversity and Development
Senior Development Director
Bank of America
Jaymie Mitchell works on a variety of initiatives for the Bank of America Supplier Diversity and Development team. Mitchell currently aligns and supports all 8 Lines of Business (LOB) and Global Procurement. She works with a variety of executives by developing and executing strategies to increase opportunities for minority, woman, veteran, disabled-owned and LGBTQ businesses as participants in the Bank of America competitive procurement process. She also acts as the Supplier Development Public Policy liaison to the Market President and Local Market Delivery organization for market integration.
Mitchell manages the market integration initiative to better align the bank’s supplier diversity efforts with the local market delivery and Diversity & Inclusion teams that has resulted in improved efficiencies across the bank. Mitchell also works with suppliers and business partners on projects designed to solve diverse spend or capacity issues. Other project example includes a corporate benchmarking and validation initiative that established Bank of America’s supplier diversity process as “World Class” by an independent third-party consultant. Mitchell also manages The Small Business Institute (SBI) training for developing small businesses, The Diverse CEO Mentoring Program, and provides development coaching for diverse suppliers.
Before joining the Supplier Diversity and Development team, Mitchell was part of the bank’s Quality and Productivity Integration team where she worked on Six Sigma integration, operations management and benchmarking.
Mitchell facilitated global forums to encourage collaboration between Bank of America’s sourcing employees as the venue where U.S. and non-U.S contracts were discussed. Jaymie has been a recipient of both a Bank of America Global Recognition Platinum Award and the Women Presidents’ Educational Organization (WPEO) Outstanding Women’s Business Advocate Award. Jaymie represents the bank as a member of the The Financial Services Roundtable for Supplier Diversity (FSRSD), and serves on the board of the National Veteran Owned Business Association (NaVOBA), headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA where she resides.