Carlton Hoye is the Technology Risk Officer for Investment and Wealth Management at the Bank of New York Mellon (BNY Mellon). At BNY Mellon, Carlton leads a team of risk management and data science professionals to manage identification, assessment, prioritization, and treatment of technology risks. A native of Detroit, Michigan, Carlton earned his Bachelor of Sciences (B.S.) degree in Economics from the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis Maryland in 1995 and joined the fleet as a Surface Warfare Officer. Carlton served first aboard the Destroyer USS THORN (DD988) in the Weapons Department and in Engineering followed by a tour aboard the Guided Missile Cruiser USS ANZIO (CG68) as the Missile Officer and then as Navigator. Carlton made numerous deployments to the Caribbean Sea, to the North Atlantic and North Sea with NATO, and twice deployed to the Mediterranean Sea and to the Arabian Gulf. His final tour of duty was with Naval Air Systems Command as project manager for Advanced Tomahawk Missile Weapons System. Carlton completed his Master of Business Arts (M.B.A.) from University of Maryland in College Park, Maryland in 2002 and transitioned from Naval service to begin his long career at Goldman Sachs in Manhattan, New York. At Goldman, Carlton started as a Technology Project Manager spearheading projects to build out the strategic commodities, derivatives, and foreign exchange trading system architecture. He then moved to Finance as a Controller for synthetic equities trading before returning to Technology as Chief of Staff for the Global Prime Brokerage Technology unit, and later joined Wealth Management Technology to lead a multi-year strategic technology uplift for trading, customer services and accounting systems. Finally, he joined the newly formed Risk Division to lead the Technology Operational Risk team. While managing many critical projects at Goldman, Carlton became certified as a Project Management Professional in 2013. Carlton continues his civic service as a U.S. Naval Academy Information Liaison Officer (Blue and Gold Officer) guiding high school students through the application process. Since 2015, he has been a member of the U.S. Navy League Central Jersey Council Board of Directors supporting active duty service members and their families around the country and received the Council’s leadership award in 2019. A former Eagle Boy Scout, Carlton is in his 8th year as Scoutmaster for his township’s Boy Scout Troop.