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The Philadelphia Tribune has announced Michele Lawrence’s retirement from Wells Fargo after 28 years in the banking industry. Read the full article here.
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In March 2016, PhillyVoice writer Syreeta Martin acknowledged two women who balance demanding professional lives while leading in their churches. Michele was one of these women. Read the full article here.
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The Philadelphia Club of Frontiers International hosted its Annual Charles Crumbley Sr. Awards and Scholarship Dinner and honored Michele Lawrence with a Service Award. She is pictured above with Ronald Bond. Read the full article here.
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For Philadelphia STYLE’s May/June 2013 Issue, editors identified 7 Philadelphia women who take charge in the board room, break boundaries, impact their communities, and lead by example. Michele was selected as one of those women! Check out the profiles online here.
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“The program is about helping students succeed. Regardless of whether the physical building closes or not, the partnership work that Wells Fargo facilitates will support current Germantown students wherever they end up attending school in the District.” — Michele Lawrence, senior vice president and area president Philadelphia Community Banking, Wells Fargo Continue reading here.
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Michele and Wells Fargo joined the Philadelphia 76ers to ‘Paint the Town Blue’ on October 24th, to help celebrate the start of the regular season and the team’s new blue jerseys! Members of the entire team, including coaches and players, made eight total stops including Wells Fargo Bank at 123 S.Broad Street, to present a blue...
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Michele and Wells Fargo Bank has teamed up with local nonprofit organizations to host a two-day CityLIFT event for potential homebuyers. The Philadelphia Tribune has the details. Read the full article here.
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Michele Lawrence covers the March 2012 issue of ‘The Network Journal’ – the national African American business magazine dedicated to educating and empowering Black professionals – as one of this year’s ’25 Influential Women in Business’. Launched in March 1999, The Network Journal’s ‘25 Influential Black Women in Business Awards’ honors women whose professional achievements have...
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Kimberley Richards with The Philadelphia Tribune chatted with Michele about her work as a community leader and a change maker with Saving Our Boys. “When Michele Lawrence learned of the alarming high-school dropout rate statistics and high chances of imprisonment for African-American boys, she was motivated to start an organization that would fight against those...
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