U.S. Bank

US Bank Exec Darrell Brown Readies for Next Phase of Life

Instead of retiring, Brown ‘re-wires’ after 47 years in banking   Darrell Brown is the first to admit that his career, so far, has been great. He’s logged 47 years in banking and fulfilled his lifelong dream of making a difference by serving others. And even though he stepped down on May 1, as senior vice president for Consumer Banking at U.S. Bank, Brown isn’t retiring. Instead, he said he’s “re-wiring” and transferring his talents to other areas. His intentions are good news for the community, especially in light of his many contributions to residents and businesses in South Los

U.S. Bank Honors West Angeles CDC Executive Director

Dr. Belinda Allen, executive director of West Angeles Community Development Corporation, is being honored as part of the Black History Month observance sponsored by U.S. Bank. “Celebrating Black History Month is an opportunity for us to celebrate the leaders in our communities who we partner with to make a tangible difference,” said Greg Cunningham, vice president, diversity and inclusion for U.S. Bank. The other honorees Jackie Taylor, founder and CEO of Black Ensemble Theater in Chicago; Dr. Eve M. Hall, president of the Milwaukee Urban League; and Linda Harris, senior vice president of the Urban League of Metro St. Louis.

Hundreds Enjoy Health and Financial Resources at WACDC FAITH Expo

More than 300+ people converged at the exhibit hall behind West Angeles Cathedral for the Financial Awareness Investing in Total Health (FAITH) Expo on July 14. Sponsored by the West Angeles Community Development Corporation (WACDC), the event connected South L.A. residents with 50 agencies offering financial services, health and fitness information, wealth building strategies, and asset protection products. Also, face-painting, backpack giveaways, and a game truck were available to entertain young people. Bishop Charles E. Blake, Sr., WACDC chairman emeritus and pastor West Angeles Church of God in Christ, and Dr. Belinda Allen, WACDC executive director, were on hand to