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Dustin Wilson

Dustin Wilson

Video Producer

Blending a passion for people and aesthetic creativity, I have been fortunate to share compelling multimedia stories from across the country. I enjoy immersing viewers into inspirational stories. I’ve worked in several newsrooms — most recently at NBC Charlotte. It’s exciting to join the Wells Fargo team at a time when storytelling is evolving in our social landscape. When I’m not creating content, you’ll find me with my wife and kids and exploring the outdoors.

Stories from this author


Volunteering & Giving

Wells Fargo volunteers join forces to build 27 homes in Charlotte with Habitat for Humanity

The 2023 Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter Work Project was hosted by country music stars Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood.


Innovation

Medical transportation company reduces barriers to health care – one ride at a time

Medical Transportation Management president and CEO Alaina Macia is building on her family’s business that connects patients to the health care they need by getting them where they need to go.


Diversity & Inclusion

Wells Fargo, Spoleto Festival USA share the story of ‘Omar’

The opera, which made its world premiere on May 27, is based on the autobiography of Omar Ibn Said, an enslaved African brought to Charleston, South Carolina, in 1807.


Diversity & Inclusion

Wells Fargo mural honors bravery of Freedom Riders fighting segregation

In 1961, segregation was illegal on interstate public transport, but the law was ignored in the Deep South. A Wells Fargo mural in Birmingham, Alabama, tells the story of the Freedom Riders who put themselves at risk to uphold the law.


Small Business

Meaningful investments and support keep small business doors open

Wells Fargo’s Open for Business Fund is helping thousands of small business owners navigate the pandemic and plan for the future.


Financial Health

How to tell if your sweet talker is a scam artist

Romance scams are on the rise, according to the Federal Trade Commission. Here’s how a Wells Fargo team spotted red flags — and how you can, too.