Kolluri leads the efforts on Thought Leadership for the Bank of America Retirement and Personal Wealth Solutions Business. In this capacity, he oversees research and programs in the areas of Longevity, Retirement, and ESG. He manages external relationships, including the Stanford Center on Longevity, MIT AgeLab, Wharton Pension Research Council, Boston College Center for Retirement Research, and the Gerontological Society of America.
Kolluri has spoken at a number of public forums, including the Tokyo G20 Summit on Aging and Financial Inclusion, White House Conference on Aging Regional Forum in Boston, the National Governors Association summer meeting, the Dementia X forum in Stockholm, the World Health Organization Convening on Healthy Aging in Geneva, and the OECD roundtable at Oxford University on the topics of Longevity, Cognitive Decline, Caregiving, and Social Impact Investing. He has also engaged with students and researchers on these topics at Harvard, Brown, Yale, Stanford, and the University of Pennsylvania.
Prior to this, Kolluri played a variety of roles at Bank of America, including head of strategy, business support executive, and channel development manager. Kolluri joined Bank of America in 2006 from Bain & Company. He spent 14 years as a strategy management consultant based out of New York City with consulting firms Bain & A.T. Kearney, serving clients in the US and around the world.
Throughout his career, Kolluri has worked on pro-bono projects for nonprofit organizations. He currently serves on the board of the Wharton Pension Research Center as well as the Massachusetts / New Hampshire Chapter of the US Alzheimer’s Association. He is a member of the Global Committee Leadership Group at the Defined Contribution Institutional Investment Association (DCIIA). He also serves as a corporate member of the CEO Initiative for Alzheimer’s (CEOI) and the Global Coalition on Aging (GCOA). He previously served as co-chair of Rebuilding Together Boston, a volunteer organization that helps rebuild homes for Boston communities in need.
Kolluri has an MBA from the Wharton Business School at the University of Pennsylvania and an MS from Drexel University, Philadelphia. He lives in Brookline, MA, with his family.