Diversity is a big priority for Bank of America

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For the past decade, Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan has displayed commitment to improving his bank’s diversity by showing up.

“It’s a huge priority,” Sheri Bronstein, the bank’s global human resources executive, said Tuesday at a conference focused on female empowerment in the workplace. “He hasn’t missed any of our diversity and inclusion councils in 10 years. It starts with him and trickles down.’’

Bloomberg News reports that Moynihan chairs the global council, which aims to develop strategies around workplace diversity and inclusion in the Charlotte-based firm. Bronstein is also a leader on the the council and helps keep management up to date about the council’s goals and progress.

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