Regions Bank and President and CEO John Turner have been named 2023 Leaders in Diversity by the Birmingham Business Journal.
President and CEO John Turner
Now in their third year, the Birmingham Business Journal Leaders in Diversity Awards celebrate individuals and companies that are making an impact. Honorees have shown exceptional commitment to promoting practices that advance diversity in the workplace, in business leadership and have made Birmingham’s economy more diverse and inclusive.
Regions Bank and President and CEO John Turner were recognized for strong executive and community leadership, initiatives to build a company culture of inclusion and belonging, efforts to recruit and develop diverse talent, programs to support associates who are veterans, military spouses and people with disabilities, and more.
In his own words:
“As I’ve spent time over the years with our associates, our customers, and the many people working to make life better in our communities, the foundational importance of ensuring everyone has an opportunity to contribute and to bring their voice and experience to the table just becomes more apparent every day. From a business perspective, our company, and really any company, can only be as strong as the communities we operate in, so the work is ultimately about creating more growth and opportunities for more people, which benefits all of us.”
Learn more about Regions’ leadership in diversity in these profiles:
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Bring Your Whole Self to Work
We have a passion for creating an inclusive environment that promotes and values diversity of race, color, national origin, religion, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, veteran status, genetic information, sex, pregnancy, and many other primary and secondary dimensions that make each of us unique as individuals and provide valuable perspective that makes us a better company and employer. More importantly, we recognize that creating a workplace where everyone, regardless of background, can do their best work is the right thing to do.
OFCCP Disclosure: Equal Opportunity Employer/Disabled/Veterans