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#theGirlBankerChallenge

#theGirlBankerChallenge

In case you haven’t heard, March is Women’s History Month and March 8th was International Women’s Day. (We will let it slide that it happened to fall on Daylight Savings Time and the fact that our special annual day was cut an hour short. Just don’t let it happen again, alright?)

In honor of this occasion, I’m officially putting out #theGirlBankerChallenge where I’m challenging all women in banking to make a post on the social media platform of their choice to answer the question of why they are a girl banker. To make it official, it helps to use the hashtag #theGirlBankerChallenge and tag me so that I can share some love and post on my social platforms.

The point of the challenge is to build community among women in banking and maybe, just maybe, young women who see the posts will realize that banking is full of opportunity for them and not view it as an industry blocked with barriers to entry just because they are women.

In just a few days, I’m excited to share that the challenge has already reached from Arkansas to Massachusetts and back down to Mississippi! There’s good news too… if you are a girl banker and you haven’t participated, there is plenty of time to share your challenge post! No need to put an expiration date on supporting women in banking.

Want to participate in the challenge? Here’s how to do it:
1. Post a picture on the social media platform or platforms of your choice and answer the question of why you are a girl banker in the caption. You can post a picture of yourself or if you prefer, include your coworkers or girl banker friends.

2. Tag me so I will be sure to see it and use the hashtag #theGirlBankerChallenge.

That’s all! Happy posting!

XO, Natalie

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