From a disruptive competitive landscape to demographic and societal changes—corporations are rethinking how they serve all their stakeholders. In this session, Mary Miklethun, SVP, Segment Strategy & Analytics Leader, U.S. Bank, and Delphine Pruitt, Business Access Advisor, Los Angeles, U.S. Bank will explore key learnings, successes and real client impact from programs and investments aimed at reducing economic gaps and providing opportunities for diverse business owners. Delphine will tell stories from her client and community interactions of how she has gained the trust of Black business owners and helped expand their networking and business development opportunities while strengthening their financial profiles. Mary and Delphine will talk about how cumulative successes in local communities can create transformational change over time to reduce barriers and close economic gaps.
Mary Miklethun, Senior Vice President, Segment Strategy and Analytics Leader, U.S. Bank
Delphine Pruitt, Vice President, Business Access Advisor, U.S. Bank