Adrian Hodor is an vice president at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston and chief architect for the FedNowSM Service. In this role, Adrian collaborates with architects, technologists, and product management within FedNow and across the Federal Reserve to establish the technology strategy, vision, and roadmap for the FedNow service. He also supports delivery work by providing technical leadership and expertise across the Agile delivery teams. In the early stages of FedNow, Adrian also played a major role by providing technical guidance and assessments during sourcing evaluations.
Previously, Adrian worked for many years in the technology group at the New York Fed, covering a variety of business areas and critical systems. That culminated with his promotion to chief architect for the Fedwire program.
Adrian holds a degree in engineering from the Polytechnic Institute of Bucharest in his native country of Romania
M.S. in engineering, Polytechnic Institute of Bucharest