Women in leadership

Learn how Wells Fargo supports women leaders inside and outside of the company.

Inside the Stagecoach

Bei Ling brings people-centered leadership to HR

The head of Human Resources has never shied away from adapting, a mentality that’s led her to several large transformations throughout the financial services industry.


Celebrating 170 years of history-making women

From doctors and advocates to some of the most powerful women in financing, we’re applauding the many firsts since Henry Wells and William G. Fargo launched their innovative start-up in 1852.

Diversity & Inclusion

Pairing wine with inclusivity

Robin McBride and Andréa McBride John, half-sisters who led parallel lives on opposite ends of the globe, are overcoming barriers for women and people of color in the wine industry.

Small Business

Dr. Tee fills her community’s prescriptions and health education needs, one person at a time

Dr. TaQuina Warren — a pharmacist known as Dr. Tee — fulfilled her dream of opening a pharmacy where she can not only fill prescriptions, but guide others toward better health.

Small Business

‘A dope vision’ comes to life in a West Philly food desert

Imperial Caribbean & Seafood restaurant, which opened during the pandemic, is now a community staple, thanks to the community revitalization efforts of the People’s Emergency Center and Wells Fargo.

Diversity & Inclusion

‘When a woman business owner finds other women who embolden her … the world will benefit’

Viewpoints: Three themes consistently emerge when you examine the most successful women business owners and founders, writes Nicola Corzine, executive director of the Nasdaq Entrepreneurial Center.

Small Business

For women entrepreneurs, a way to Connect to More

The new Connect to MoreSM initiative links women business owners to mentoring, networks, and other support, encouraging them to invest in themselves.

Small Business

A game changer for small businesses

Small business owners like Zhe Scott have received $1,000 grants, technical assistance, and business coaching from the Long Beach Economic Partnership’s Small Business Resiliency Microgrant Program with support from Wells Fargo.

Our Point of View

Visibility with purpose

In honor of International Transgender Day of Visibility on March 31, Wells Fargo senior Technology leader Robyn Alexander shares her perspective on identifying openly and challenging stereotypes.

Our Point of View

‘An inflection point for me and so many other Asian Americans’

Cynthia Sugiyama, a senior vice president and head of HR Communications for Wells Fargo, discusses confronting hate against Asian Americans.

Small Business

‘I was able to focus on the big picture again’

Small business owners like Roxanne Best have been able to stay afloat during the COVID-19 pandemic, thanks to low-interest loans from Northwest Native Development Fund and a grant from Wells Fargo’s Open for Business Fund.

Our Point of View

At HBCU, ‘We were embraced, celebrated, and encouraged to achieve’

Gigi Dixon, Wells Fargo’s head of External Engagement, reflects on her time at Tennessee State University and how historically Black colleges and universities continue to empower students to be civic-minded leaders and to take control of their destinies.

Small Business

Providing relief for small businesses impacted by COVID-19

Through the Open for Business Fund, Wells Fargo is supporting nonprofits that provide needed capital, technical support, and long-term resiliency programs for small businesses.