I'm a Bank Exec Who Grew up in the South During Desegregation. Here Are 3 Lessons About Being Black in America That Have Guided My Life and Career Choices.

I'm a Bank Exec Who Grew up in the South During Desegregation. Here Are 3 Lessons About Being Black in America That Have Guided My Life and Career Choices.

By Georgette "Gigi" Dixon

Georgette "Gigi" Dixon as Tennessee State University SGA President. Georgette “Gigi” Dixon and family

Georgette "Gigi" Dixon as "Miss Southside." Georgette “Gigi” Dixon and family

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In honor of #BlackHistoryMonth, learn about the life lessons and inspring story of @WellsFargo’s very own @GigiDixon. She shares her journey and why we should all ‘consider our legacy.’ http://bit.ly/2uI2cpb
Wednesday, February 12, 2020 - 5:15pm

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As we embark on Black History Month and reflect on the achievements of African Americans, I want to share my own story and share three pieces of advice with the next generation of change makers.

My name is Georgette "Gigi" Dixon, and I've had the pleasure of working with a company for the last 25 years that I dearly admire, Wells Fargo. I am grateful to be a part of this organization, and for their commitment to the African American community and trust in my vision for community engagement and collaboration to support critical work in diverse communities.

My hope is that the work that many others and I are a part of today will help shape the leaders of tomorrow, to empower and transform the future. Here are three life lessons I want to pass onto you.

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