Sherrie Brown Littlejohn joins Agora Assemblies Executive Board, ahead of October FinTech Innovation Assembly

FORT LAUDERDALE, FL – 09-05-2017 (Press Release Jet) — On October 8 – 10th 2017 Agora Assemblies LLC will welcome a delegation of the leading names in FinTech to Fort Lauderdale, for the second FinTech Innovation Assembly of the year.

Attendees will be treated to three days of industry shaping networking, discussions and presentations, courtesy of a stacked speaker lineup featuring the likes of Dana Deasy, MD & CIO, JP Morgan Chase, Yvette Hollingsworth Clark, EVP Regulatory Innovation Officer, Wells Fargo and Rosa Ramos-Kwok, MD Global Technology and Operations, Bank of America

Each Agora Assemblies program is shaped with the assistance of an Executive Board, which comprises of a panel of respected industry leaders. The most recent addition to the Executive Board is Sherrie Brown Littlejohn, former EVP Innovation Group, Wells Fargo.

Megan Ann Shields, Founder & CEO of Agora Assemblies LLC, commented on the addition of Littlejohn to the Executive Board, “I am delighted to welcome Sherrie Littlejohn onto our Executive Board and am grateful to be able to call upon her 30+ years of experience in technology-led transformation. Such experience has helped us to craft our most insightful program to date and the entire Agora team are looking forward to sharing it in October.”

Along with her responsibilities as a member of the Executive Board, Littlejohn will moderate and lead discussions on throughout the Assembly, which takes place at The Ritz-Carlton Luxury Resort & Spa in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

For more information on how you can join Megan Ann Shields and the rest of the Agora Assemblies team at the FinTech Innovation Assembly Ritz-Carlton, Fort Lauderdale please visit or contact [email protected]

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