Ketanji Brown Jackson – JOY NO MATTER WHAT

“We celebrate women who have achieved great heights. But there is also the everyday woman who walks around in whatever skin she walks in. The person who is at the retail counter, the person who works at the department store… we all have stories. Every single day that they get out of bed, and go to work, take care of their children and family, is a day that ought to be celebrated with all the rest.” – Finale Norton

Finale Norton began working at Bank of America (FKA) Sovran Bank in 1988. Always advocating for inclusion and equity, she served on Bank of America’s Diversity Council and was an executive sponsor for the company’s Lead for Women initiative and LGBTQ initiative. During her 26-year tenure at Bank of America, mostly in Norfolk, Finale worked her way up to becoming an executive responsible for more than 3,500 employees. She then worked at a global consulting company before retiring from corporate America.

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