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Webinar Series Your 2019-2020 “Personal Brand Operating Plan” What should it include and why?
Darrell Brown serves as the Senior Vice President for the Consumer Banking Group, leading the Greater Los Angeles Coastal Region of U.S. Bank, the nations’ fifth largest commercial bank with over $459 billion in assets and 18.7 million customers.
He is responsible for strategic, tactical and profit and loss management for close to one hundred retail branch facilities and is the highest ranking African American in Retail Banking.
He has received many honors and awards including the Luis Lainer Founder’s Award presented by Bet Tzedek, the Leadership Award presented by the California Legislative Black Caucus and the “Outstanding Corporate Citizen” award presented by West Angeles Community Development Corporation.
Darrell is an alumnus of UCLA and The Carlson School of Executive Management at the University of Minnesota.
Virtual Online Webinar
Featuring Mr. Darrell Brown
Senior Vice President for the Consumer Banking Group, leading the Greater Los Angeles Coastal Region of U.S. Bank
Wednesday January 23, 2019
9:00 a.m. Pacific Time
12:00 p.m. Eastern Time
Facilitator Walter Brown Jr.
Chairperson of Multiple Strategies Working Committee
The CBC is adding nine new members, bringing its total membership to 55. Bass, who currently serves as the caucus’s second vice chair, replaces Louisiana Democratic Rep. Cedric L. Richmond, who took the helm of the caucus in late 2016.
“There’s much work to be done next Congress to ensure equality and justice for African Americans and other marginalized communities, and I am confident Congresswoman Bass will continue to provide strong leadership in this regard,” Richmond said in a statement.
Since its formation in 1971, the CBC has been dominated by Democrats. The group focuses on serving African-Americans and other marginalized populations and in recent years has pursued legislative priorities including a criminal justice overhaul , education opportunities, affordable health care and addressing racial disparities in heath outcomes.
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Past participant of UFSC AABFP (African American Briefing for Financial Professionals)
The African American Briefing for Financial Professionals provides an opportunity for leaders and members of UFSC to learn from lawmakers, regulators, industry experts and government leaders about strategies they are creating to stimulate job growth, promote businesses and revitalize communities. Participants also learn how to overcome the various challenges currently facing the financial services industry.
Senator Mark Warner, Senator Robert Menendez, Congresswoman Karen Bass, Congresswoman Maxine Waters, Congressman Hank Johnson, Senator Elizabeth Warren
Celebrate the Holiday, Celebrate Leaders
Holiday Awards Reception with a Purpose Urban Financial Services Coalition and TD Bank invites Financial Professionals and the community to the “First Annual Celebrate the Holidays and Celebrate Leaders Awards” reception on Wednesday, December 19, 2018, 6:30 pm, TD Bank Office, 1919 Gallows Road, Vienna, VA 22182. As we together to celebrate... read more
Personal Brand Operating Plan
Darrell Brown is a Senior Vice President for the Consumer Banking Group, leading the Greater Los Angeles Coastal Region of U.S. Bank, the nations’ fifth largest commercial bank with over $459 billion in assets and 18.7 million customers. With over 40 years of leadership and management roles within the banking industry, he is responsible for... read more
AABFP participant to lead Congressional Black Caucus
Rep. Karen Bass Elected to Lead Growing Congressional Black Caucus Excerpt from Roll Call Members of the Congressional Black Caucus elected California Democratic Rep. Karen Bass to lead them in the next Congress, as the group crosses a milestone 50-member threshold. The CBC is adding nine new members, bringing its total membership to 55. Bass, who currently serves as the caucus’s second vice... read more
Congressmember Karen Bass
Bass participates in 2017 AABFP Biography Congressmember Karen Bass was re-elected to her fifth term representing the 37th Congressional District in November 2016. Congressmember Bass serves on the House Committee on Foreign Affairs where she is Ranking Member of the Subcommittee on Africa, Global Health, Global Human Rights and International Organizations. As a member of... read more
Reach Your Leadership Potential
The Richmond Chapter of Urban Financial Services Coalition invites you to a Leadership Seminar on the “15 Laws of Growth: Live Them and Reach Your Leadership Potential” featuring Ditu Kasuyi, President and Leadership Coach, Kasuyi & Associates, LLC and a John Maxwell Certified Coach, Trainer and Speaker. Seminar Description: You are invited to a... read more
UFSC Strengthens Leadership Team
Walter Brown, Jr. has been appointed Chairperson of the Urban Financial Services Coalition’s Multiple Strategies Working Committee. In this capacity, Walter will serve on the UFSC’s National Board of Directors and oversee the organization’s Mortgage Crisis and White House Task Forces, communications with the United States Senate, Congress and Regulatory Entities and collaborations with other... read more
In The Mix – Calling Entrepreneurs & Small Business Owners
Calling Entrepreneurs & Small Business Owners Urban Financial Services Coalition (UFSC) presents “In The Mix” an innovative empowerment campaign and networking opportunity to connect entrepreneurs and financial professionals through a promotional marketing campaign and networking event that brings together both communities to vibe, create, collaborate and uplift each other. November is National Entrepreneurship month, a... read more
Week In Review – October 12, 2018
Volume 23, Number 36 Reginald J. Smith, Community Development Manager – Bank of Kansas City Economic Highlights for Week Ending October 12, 2018 MONDAY, October 8th COLUMBUS DAY Bond Market Closed TUESDAY, October 9th The National Federation of Independent Business’ small business optimism index fell from 108.8 in August to 107.9 in September,... read more