New members add diverse perspectives, backgrounds to Council
BOK Financial has added four new members to its Diversity & Inclusion Council. The members will support the company’s efforts to excel and grow by valuing and leveraging the power of diversity and inclusion. The new members are:
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- TC Alexander, senior vice president; manager, brand business banking sales; Tulsa
- Grant Bridgewater, senior vice president; senior director, IT infrastructure and operations; Tulsa
- Derek Martin, executive vice president; consumer banking services executive; Tulsa
- Marisol Salazar, senior vice president; energy banking; Houston
The Council works to ensure that BOK Financial fosters and supports an environment that reflects the entirety of the company’s values. Council members serve three-year terms, and membership comprises leadership and influencers from throughout the company’s operation.
“Diversity and inclusion are essential to our company’s vision and purpose and a core leadership competency at BOK Financial,” said Steve Bradshaw, president and chief executive officer. “Our vision is to continually foster and support the principles and values of our company by promoting an environment that is inclusive of the diverse values, opinions, experience, culture and needs of our employees, clients and communities.”
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