Global Head of Diversity & InclusionCompany: Royal Bank of Canada
Role: Session Presenter
2021 Conference Session:
Igniting Inclusion Through Allyship
Sandye Taylor is the global head of Diversity & Inclusion at RBC (Royal Bank of Canada) Capital Markets. She joined RBC Capital Markets in 2015. In her role, she collaborates with senior management to drive the company’s global diversity and inclusion strategy ensuring alignment with business goals. Sandye has oversight across all employee resource groups and external partnerships to help foster an institutional culture of inclusive leadership that empowers RBC to attract, retain and advance top talent from diverse backgrounds.
Prior to joining RBC Capital Markets, Sandye worked at Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BAML) where she was senior vice president, head of D&I, Global Wealth & Investment Management. During her 12 years at BAML, she held roles such as global head of D&I, Global Banking & Markets; head of Global Supplier Diversity; and Global Supply Chain Management, Acquisitions & Divestitures. Prior to that, she practiced law in public service and private law firms.
Sandye holds her Juris Doctor from the University of Maryland, School of Law and her Bachelor of Arts from the University of Maryland at College Park. She is married with two children.