“Regions Business Radio Orlando” covers financial topics such as banking and lending, mortgages, wealth management, and more, while also introducing you to many of the top executives with Regions Bank in the Orlando and Central Florida market.
Hosted by Scott Wall, Commercial Banking Leader with Regions, all episodes of “Regions Business Radio Orlando” are available for download on Apple iTunes, Spotify, iHeartRadio, Google Podcasts, Spreaker, or wherever you enjoy your favorite podcasts.
On this month’s episode, Scott interviews Felicia Lewis, a longtime commercial banker with Regions, who also serves as the President and Co-Founder of Empowered Girls, a nonprofit organization that seeks to build young girls intro strong, empowered women that are able to overcome barriers and lead successful, productive lives.
Felicia Lewis/Empowered Girls
Focusing in the areas of life, career, education, community service, and health & wellness, Empowered Girls teaches girls how to navigate and apply the knowledge they are learning in their everyday lives. The word “POWER” exemplifies Persevere, Overcome, Win, Excel, and Reform, which the girls are taught to represent through their journey. Empowered Girls believes that by making a statement and leading by example with the right support and guidance, girls can turn their dreams into reality.
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