Wells Fargo Sponsors Women’s Business Conference To Help Increase Workplace Diversity

    Washington, DC – Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE:WFC) joined Diversity Woman
    Magazine to uplift and empower women during the Diversity Women’s Business
    Conference held in Washington, DC, recently. Over two days, women in various
    industries ranging from executives, educators, entrepreneurs and innovators,
    came together to discuss strategies and solutions for demonstrating
    leadership in the modern workplace.? Wells Fargo also supported the
    Mosaic Women Awards Luncheon and joined panelists during breakout sessions
    and workshops which addressed executive leadership and personal development.

    Founded five years ago by Sheila Robinson, the Diversity Women’s Business
    Conference continues to grow as a professional networking force for diverse
    women. “We have the opportunity to develop and build lasting relationships
    that can and will bridge the leadership gaps,” said Robinson in regards to
    working alongside Wells Fargo & Company to host the Diversity Women’s
    Business Conference for the fifth year in a row.? Pictured above (from left)
    are Alisa Joseph, vice president of diverse segments with Wells Fargo,
    renowned poet, author and actress, Dr. Maya Angelou and Pat Crawford, chief
    diversity officer with Wells Fargo at the Mosaic Women Awards Luncheon.

    Diversity Woman Magazine recognized four amazing women for their vision and
    leadership, and for their cultural and worldly influence. Among the
    honorees, Dr. Maya Angelou received the Legend Award for her many
    accomplishments as a poet, educator and writer and her perpetual commitment
    to inspire women across the globe.? Other winners included author and
    commentator Dr. Julianne Malveaux, and renowned inspirational speaker
    Consuelo Castillo Kickbusch. Also, Edie Fraser, managing director and Chair
    of the Diversity Practice at Diversified Search Ray & Berndston, was
    recognized during the conference.

    Ronald E. Childs
    Flowers Communications Group