Bank on the Future of Women

For all that women and girls have already accomplished, Regions sees an even brighter and bolder future. And it begins by empowering women with the advice and guidance to make informed, confident decisions with their money. This Women's History Month, we're celebrating the great things that await women, including strong financial well-being.

Regions is proud to support workforce development programs that connect women with training opportunities for rewarding careers and a better quality of life.

Momentum - Birmingham

Momentum advances equity for women in leadership through a rigorous executive leadership program, Upward early-career program, conferences, community events, mentor matching, corporate training, and Men with Momentum initiative. With over 500 distinguished alumnae and a thousand mentor matches, Momentum represents a powerful network of women leaders in Alabama.

The Centre for Women – Tampa

The Helen Gordon Davis Centre for Women is a nonprofit organization offering a diverse array of programs to help women in the Tampa Bay region to succeed both personally and professionally. The employment services program includes one-on-one job coaching tailored to each individual, employability skills training and enhancement through workshops, webinars and skill-building programs.

Moore Community House – Biloxi

Moore Community House helps the community flourish by creating economic security for women through affordable childcare and job training for work that pays a living wage. The Women in Construction program, WinC, creates a pathway for women into nontraditional occupations and apprenticeship in the skilled craft trades and advanced manufacturing. The program combines classroom and hands-on learning, so participants can earn nationally recognized credentials.

RUNG for Women - St. Louis

Rung for Women offers the resources, space and community for women who are ready to work toward the career and life they deserve.

Latinas Welding Guild – Indianapolis

The Latinas Welding Guild is a need-based program focused on creating barrier-less education and the advancement of women in a field that has traditionally been less accessible to them.

Refugee Women’s Network – Atlanta

Refugee Women's Network inspires and equips refugee and immigrant women to become leaders in their homes, businesses, and communities. RWN’s spectrum of services helps women on their journey to become independent and self-sufficient.

Behind every strong woman is another woman who helped her get there.