Corey Rewis is the SVP, Head of Learning, Consumer, Small Business and Preferred at Merrill and Bank of Americas Private Bank. As a senior leader in the Regulatory, Enterprise, Learning and Professional Development (RELPD) organization, Corey leads the end-to-end Learning and Development function for over 30,000 client facing employees serving affluent to ultra-high net worth clients. In addition to his role in RELPD, leading the Learning function for GWIM, Corey also serves as an HR partner for the Market President organization. While serving as a Market HR partner, the market Corey supports has been ranked #1 for Community Markets, two out of the past three years and has consistently achieved employee satisfaction and engagement results that outpace the Community Markets average nationally. Corey has been with Bank of America for 22 years and has held multiple leadership positions in Learning & Leadership Development, serving the Retail Bank, the Global Commercial Bank and Global Wealth and Investments Management. He is an Award of Excellence recipient (top 1% of leaders at Bank of America), has been awarded 5 consecutive Brandon Hall Gold Awards for business results achieved through sales training programs, and has presented at the International Masie Conference, Corporate Learning Week, SIFMA, and the Certified Financial Planner Firms Summit. Corey has been a student and practitioner of adult learning theory, leadership development principles and executive coaching for the past 20 years. He has studied Human Development at Eckerd College in St. Petersburg, possesses an MBA in Human Resources Management and a BA in Organizational Management. Corey is six-sigma green belt certified, Hogan certified, a KFALP certified coach and is a certified to deliver multiple training programs, including the Covey 7 Habits® programs for individuals and managers. Corey is an active advocate for children with disabilities. He has led a 401c3 organization promoting specialized education for disabled children, presented to the national board of directors of the Make a Wish® organization and currently volunteers his time supporting competitive athletic programs for disabled children. He is a former U.S. Marine and a decorated combat veteran.