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Pat Callahan

Senior Executive Vice President Pat Callahan is the Chief Administrative Officer managing Corporate Communications, Corporate Social Responsibility, Enterprise Marketing, Government Relations, and Corporate Human Resources. She oversees the company’s brand, communications, reputation management, stakeholder engagement, and people development efforts. In addition, Callahan successfully led the largest, most complex banking merger in U.S. history, providing oversight and strategic direction for the merger of Wells Fargo and Wachovia Corporation.
Pat Callahan

Chief Administrative Officer, Wells Fargo & Company

Senior Executive Vice President Pat Callahan is the Chief Administrative Officer managing Corporate Communications, Corporate Social Responsibility, Enterprise Marketing, Government Relations, and Corporate Human Resources. She oversees the company’s brand, communications, reputation management, stakeholder engagement, and people development efforts. In addition, Callahan successfully led the largest, most complex banking merger in U.S. history, providing oversight and strategic direction for the merger of Wells Fargo and Wachovia Corporation.

A 36-year veteran of the company, Callahan has served as head of Compliance and Enterprise Risk Management, providing regulatory compliance oversight for the company. Before that, she was head of Human Resources for Wells Fargo since the company’s merger with Norwest in 1998. Before the merger, she was head of Wells Fargo’s Wholesale Banking Systems, Finance and Operations, and head of Human Resources from 1993 to 1997.

Callahan began her banking career at Crocker National Bank and held management positions in operations, finance, and commercial real estate. In 1984, she was promoted to senior vice president and manager of Corporate Services. When Crocker merged with Wells Fargo, she became division manager of Wholesale Operations and Systems, and served on the company’s Corporate Responsibility Committee. In 1991, she assumed responsibility for systems, operations, and finance for the Real Estate Group.

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