Entrepreneurs, mavericks and community leaders making a difference.
As we celebrate 2021 Women’s History Month, Doing More Today looks back at some of the women who have made an impact – in so many ways.
We focus on a Regions associate who left a legacy behind, as well as a high school student who reacted to the chaos of her senior year by helping others through the pandemic, and so many other everyday heroines.
Remember, throughout the month of March you can celebrate as well by sending a free E-Card from Doing More today.
There are so many good stories. So many good people. Take a few minutes to browse this library of articles:
“When you see it, you can believe it. I saw instructors and business peers who looked like me. And I realized I could do this,” said Keisha Mabry. Learn about the successes Mabry found in this story: A FRIENDLY Foundation for Business Success.
“She always expressed that she was fortunate to combine her two passions in her role: being a dedicated professional and helping the community – increasing its prosperity, increasing its joy,” recalled Marta Self, executive director of the Regions Foundation. Read more memories of longtime Regions associate and devoted community volunteer Lee Ann Petty in this story: ‘A Heart Full of Grace’.
“Not only do we want to check the compliance box that we’re required to, but we also want to be ADA friendly. There’s a difference. Taking it a step further and doing it for the right reasons, and not just checking a box. We want it be part of our DNA,” says Regions Disability Services and Outreach Manager Kathy Lovell. Find out how Lovell is taking Regions’ ADA efforts a step further in the story: ‘It’s Part of Regions’ DNA’.
“Morgan has always had a servant’s heart. She sees a need and instantly jumps in and addresses it,” said Stephanie Kern of her daughter, Morgan. Find out how Morgan has jumped in in this story: Sew Much More.
“During this time, I find joy in knowing that I can help people who are going through very difficult times,” shared Mayoli Guerra. Learn how Guerra is helping others in this story: The Power of People(Fund).
A Foundation for Financial Security
A Melody with Meaning
Career Connections: Regions Women in Finance
Equity. Opportunity. Inclusion.
Good Towns: Houma, Louisiana
Lunch and Learn
‘OK, let’s go’
The Future of Finance and Digital Transformation
What Bankers Can Do to Close the Racial Wealth Gap
Women in Leadership: Kelley Brown-Murro
Women in Leadership: Latrisha Jemison