2016 Women’s History Month

Honoring the women who have inspired us all to make life better for our customers, our associates and our communities.

Regions is proud to honor the powerful women who continually inspire us to move forward. As part of our commitment to making life better for our customers, our associates and our communities, we want to celebrate the contributions of women through scientific discovery, athletic performance, mentorship, community activism and more. Throughout the month of March, Regions will feature women who have made a difference in all facets of life.

Pam IorioPam Iorio

As the president and CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters of America, Pam Iorio is a shining example of women leaders who are making a difference in their own communities and beyond. Her gift for leadership shows not only through her work with Big Brothers Big Sisters, but also in her past career in local Florida government and her tenure as leader-in-residence at the John H. Sykes College of Business at the University of Tampa.

Wendy Lane StevensWendy Lane Stevens

As founder and president of LANE, a public relations, digital marketing and investor relations agency, Stevens has more than 30 years of experience in the industry and constantly works to inspire and lend guidance to companies and professionals around the world. In 2013, she was honored with the "A Place With No Ceiling" award from the Portland Business Alliance in Portland, Ore., for her commitment to supporting and mentoring women in the business community.

Mary MederMary Meder

Mary Meder is president of Harmelin Media, one of the nation's top 10 independent media firms. Spearheading the company's diversification and leading the executive team to develop multiple marketing divisions, Meder has played a direct role in the company's ongoing success and growth. She also serves on the board for Special Olympics Pennsylvania and received the organization's Pennsylvania Hall of Fame Al Senavitis Lifetime Achievement Award in 2011.

Mary JohnsonMary Johnson

Mary Johnson is an award-winning journalist and the editor of Bizwomen.com, a national news site for women in business. Since the launch of Bizwomen in 2014, Johnson has helped grow the number of email subscribers to more than 50,000, building a powerful community of women across the country. She has also worked for Columbia Law School Magazine, The Economist and WFUV, an NPR-affiliated radio station in New York. Johnson's impressive body of work has earned her recognition from the Society of Professional Journalists, the National Hearst Journalism Awards and the Garden State Journalists Association.

Andrea Turner MoffittAndrea Turner Moffitt

Andrea Turner Moffitt is a national thought leader on women investors. Her book Harness the Power of the Purse: Winning Women Investors is the culmination of three years of research on women investors across six countries, which she co-authored with the Center for Talent Innovation where she is a senior advisor. Turner Moffitt is also the co-founder of Plum Alley Investments, a private investment platform giving women and men access to shape the world, influence innovation and create positive change by investing in private companies founded by women and gender diverse teams. Her work has been featured in Barron’s, CNBC, Forbes, Harvard Business Review, Inc., NPR, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and other media outlets.

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Looking for innovative financial insights? Regions is proud to take the lead in helping women strengthen their financial security. Visit these online resources for valuable content on a wide variety of topics, including personal finance, careers and financial first steps for young professionals.

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