Fifth Third Bank Honors 8 Outstanding Leaders

Fifth Third Bank Celebrates Diversity & Inclusion Month
Sharon Morgan Donates Honorarium to Chicago Defender Charities!
 

Cheryl Mainor, President Publisher of Chicago Defender congratulates Sheila Morgan
Cheryl Mainor, President Publisher of Chicago Defender congratulates Sheila Morgan

 
edited by Kai EL’ Zabar

 
On a day of grace, 250 Movers and Shakers turned out for an early breakfast at the Cultural Center, hosted by Fifth Third Bank to recognize and award 8 for their outstanding leadership in Chicago’s Diverse Communities.

It was a fitting tribute to National Diversity and Inclusion Month. To each of the honorees, Fifth Third awarded a check for $5,300 to be given to the honoree’s charity of choice.

The occasion was  a good time for lots of good causes!!
Andrew Hayes, Regional Marketing Director of Fifth Third Bank, says it perfectly: “We celebrate diversity and inclusion throughout the year and in everything we do,” explains Hayes, “We only pause in April, which is Diversity and Inclusion month, to host this annual breakfast as a way of publicly acknowledging the incredible contribution of our honorees, and announce that a $5,300 donation will be extended to each as a way for them to pay it forward, however they wish.”

He continued, “It’s a powerful way of both expressing our commitment to all the communities we serve, as well as inspiring others to get involved, make a difference, and celebrate both our differences and our
commonalities.”
 

Lynette Johnson, Shelley Bromberek, Sharon McFed…Beulah Brent
 Lynette Johnson, Shelley Bromberek, Sharon McFeders,  Rhonda White, Lisa Washington and Beulah Brent

Ethan Zagore, Nijinski Dix, and Fifth Third President Bob Sullivan flank Veteran’s Community Leader honoree Danielle Green (center right), who donated her $5,300 contribution from Fifth Third to U.S. Department of Education’s TRIO Programs
Ethan Zagore, Nijinski Dix, and Fifth Third President Bob Sullivan flank Veteran’s Community Leader honoree Danielle Green (center right), who donated her $5,300 contribution from Fifth Third to U.S. Department of Education’s TRIO Programs

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Photos by Ed Gordon/Edge Graphics
 
 

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