Jeremy Hodges

VP, Engineering at CommonBond


Jeremy Hodges is the current VP of Engineering at CommonBond. Prior to this, they served as the Chief Technology Officer at CommonBond from May 2021 to February 2022. Jeremy also served as the Director of Software Engineering, Bank Startup at Ally from June 2018 to May 2021. In this role, they provided technical leadership to a diverse cross-functional team between development and operations. The application stack included a front-end JavaScript SPA, REST APIs, native mobile apps, conversational commerce (AI), and real-time communication platforms.

Hodges’ teams focused on DevOps Engineering, Site Reliability Engineering, Digital Integration Engineering, and Public Cloud Application Architecture. In partnership with Ally’s enterprise DevOps efforts and migration to Red Hat’s OpenShift Container Platform, they built a team responsible for driving the strategy and migration to a true automated CI/CD pipeline. From traditional on-prem JavaScript applications and Java APIs to modern serverless applications to native mobile apps, it was their goal to ensure all dev teams were empowered to build and deploy their applications with little to no manual intervention.

As the Director of Software Engineering, Bank Startup at Ally, Jeremy Hodges introduced the practice of Site Reliability Engineering and began to build a team of Site Reliability Engineers. Responsible for partnering with POs to ensure Service Level Objectives were clearly defined, monitored, tracked and driving our CI/CD gates.

Jeremy also led the Digital Integration Engineering team whose main goal was to keep Ally’s digital engineering and testing teams moving fast with stable lower-level environments.

Jeremy Hodges works with Robb Granado - President, Alison Bloom-Kiefer - VP, Product Management, and Keryn Koch - VP, People. Their manager is David Klein, CEO & Co-Founder.



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