Diversity & Inclusion

We are stronger together

Wells Fargo employees expound on what the theme of this year’s Pride Month means to each of them.

Our Point of View

Being out at Wells Fargo

Matt Hurwitz, executive vice president and head of Commercial Banking Communications, talks about being openly gay at Wells Fargo.

Diversity & Inclusion

‘For LGBTQ students, obstacles to equality remain’

Viewpoints: Tackling systemic racism and other inequities in areas such as education can help break down barriers many LGBTQ students face, writes Jorge Valencia, executive director and CEO of Point Foundation.

Diversity & Inclusion

‘We are stronger together, and yet we often most profoundly connect with one another as individuals’

Tali Bray, head of Wells Fargo Technology Diverse Segments, Representation and Inclusion, shares her story.

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.

Diversity & Inclusion

An app that makes financial sense for older LGBTQ adults

SAGECents, available through the advocacy group SAGE and funded by Wells Fargo, addresses economic stability and stress in the aging LGBTQ population.

Diversity & Inclusion

‘Pride is still about community’

Despite the cancellation of in-person events, Wells Fargo employees are finding virtual ways to celebrate and engage during Pride Month.

Diversity & Inclusion

‘Ending homelessness among LGBTQ youth requires structural change’

Viewpoints: LGBTQ youth are 120% more likely to experience homelessness than their straight and cisgender peers, writes True Colors United Executive Director and CEO Gregory Lewis.


How Wells Fargo began marching with pride

Wells Fargo is commemorating 30 years of celebration and progress with the LGBTQ+ community