Synovus Celebrates Black History Month
Through stories of empowerment, resilience, and triumph, we're honored to celebrate the rich culture and history of African Americans during Black History Month. As we continue the essential work in championing social and racial equality and recognizing the change-makers shaping modern history, we're lifting up team member voices and acknowledging impactful individuals and corporate contributions furthering dialog, opportunity, and progress for all.
African American Employee Resource Group Perspectives: What does Black History Month mean to you?
The African American Employee Resource Group's mission is to develop team members personally, professionally, and create visibility to the pipeline of Black talent at Synovus. Hear from several of our team members about what Black History Month means to them and how they plan to recognize it.
Black History Month Spotlight: Synovus Trust Chief Investment Officer Robert Nobles
In honor of Black History Month, we're celebrating exceptional African American team members helping to make modern history at our bank and leading us into the future. This feature focuses on Chief Investment Officer Robert Nobles' personal reflection on being Black in the industry, his commitment to community, and his Synovus accomplishments.
Black History Month Spotlight: International African American Museum
Synovus is a proud supporter of the International African American Museum's mission to honor the untold stories of the African American journey and create a lasting impact in Charleston, SC. We sat down with IAAM Chief Operations Officer Elijah Heywood III to discuss the museum's role in giving Black history a voice and what to expect when it debuts in 2022.
Black History Month Spotlight: UNCF Synovus/Calvin Smyre Endowed Scholarship
The Synovus/Calvin Smyre Endowed Scholarship was established by a $1 million contribution to the United Negro College Fund to help close the gap in racial and educational inequities affecting our communities. The fund will provide scholarships for African American students to attend historically Black colleges and universities and other institutions of higher learning in Synovus' five-state footprint.