On February 15th the Wells Fargo Black/African American Team Member Network, created a inspiring platform for the community and Diamond Daughter Corporation at the Wells Fargo Museum in center city Philadelphia.
The event included 5 panelists: Rodney Johnson, Federal Agent of the Department of Homeland Security; Lisa Lewis, District of NJ Federal Public Defender, ESQ; Lori Dumas, First Judicial District Judge; Angela Deery, Founder of Diamond Daughter Corporation; Dr. Tomas C. Varela Jr., Health Professions Adviser at Rowan University.
The panelists spoke about their first jobs, the highs and lows of their professional journey, and most of all encouragement. Whether they were young or advanced in their career, everyone in attendance walked away from this night being inspired to support one another and give back to the community that has raised them.
The organization 100 Black Men was in strong attendance with young men and mentors who embodied the importance of staying involved and strengthening your fellow man. The Urban League of Philadelphia also supported this event in grand numbers, adding valuable points of knowledge to the networking hour. Also, the Wells Fargo members of leadership and multiple foundations added a presence of welcoming appreciation, that made everyone feel right at home.
Diamond Daughter Corporation was extremely grateful to be apart of this tremendous event! We hope to continue this tradition of honoring Black History Month on an annual basis.
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Join us for our next event on Thursday March 15th at 7pm for Painting with a Purpose. Details at:
Always remember, You are a lady of Poise, Prestige and Power. You are a Diamond Daughter!
Angela J Deery
Diamond Daughter Corporation