Bank of America has a long-standing commitment to driving sustainability, creating a culture of racial and gender equality and supporting communities. Its focus on environmental and social initiatives are embedded across the company, in every line of business and throughout communities it serves. As a global financial services organization, it has set tangible ESG goals, including achieving net zero before 2050 and mobilizing and deploying $1.5 trillion in sustainable finance by 2030 to environmental transition and inclusive social development initiatives. It also has a strong commitment to drive progress around diversity, inclusion, racial and gender equality and economic opportunity and empowerment.
In addition to its support of the LPGA, Bank of America is focused on women’s advancement. Programs supporting women’s successes includes its Access to Capital Directory for Women Entrepreneurs, which has more than 300 sources of capital—ranging from grants to equity investments to loans. The company also has seven women on the management team and is one of only nine S&P 100 companies with six or more women on the Board. Bank of America’s workforce is 50% women and 49% people of color, reflecting the clients and communities it serves.
To learn more about Bank of America’s commitment to ESG and diversity and inclusion, please visit about.bankofamerica.com.