Dominic Venturo is Senior Executive Vice President and the Chief Digital Officer of U.S. Bancorp. He has spent the past 23 years with U.S. Bank in positions of increasing responsibility within digital, innovation and product management.
As Chief Digital Officer, Dominic is responsible for setting and executing the enterprise-wide digital strategy for U.S. Bank. The Digital team works to empower our customers with excellent digital experiences, so they can bank when, where, and how they want, with smart, personalized tools that help them manage their money. Under Dominic’s leadership, U.S. Bank has been recognized as a leader in digital banking, including the No.1-rated mobile app in the industry, among numerous other accolades for digital mortgage tools, mobile check deposit, user experience and more.
Dominic was Chief Innovation Officer at U.S. Bank from 2015 to 2020. Prior to that, he led the innovation team for U.S. Bank’s payments division and held a number of other payments-related positions. Dominic also held various roles primarily focusing on Small Business at Bank of America and its predecessors from 1989 to 1998.
An accomplished speaker and industry visionary, Dominic has received numerous awards, including being named to the Top 25 Most Influential Innovators list by Innovation Leader, Elite 8 by Bank Systems and Technology, Innovators to Watch by Bank Innovation and Mobile Banker of the Year by Bank Technology News.
He currently serves on the national board of Girls With Impact (GWI), a nonprofit that focuses on leadership, entrepreneurship and innovation. The program helps women ages 14-24 increase their confidence, college readiness and professional skills – expanding the talent pipeline of women, particularly women of color, across industries. Dominic has also previously served as a corporate board member for enterprise software firm R3 and was a former board member of the Minneapolis College Foundation.
Dominic earned his bachelor’s degree in finance from Oregon State University and is a graduate of the Pacific Coast Banking School at University of Washington.