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On Wednesday, January 20, 2021, on the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol, Joe Biden will be sworn into office as the 46th United States President and Kamala Harris will be sworn in as Vice President.
The Presidential Inaugural Committee recommends that Americans stay home and celebrate virtually.

Today, Vice President-elect Kamala Harris is a Superhero

Urban Financial Services Coalition (UFSC) congratulates Kamala Harris, who became America’s first female, first black, and first South Asian vice president-elect on Saturday, November 7, 2020.

We encouraged you to let your voice be heard through voting; and you answered the call.  At least 161 million Americans voted in the 2020 election, the largest number of voters in a U.S. presidential election in history.  As a result, in this critical moment, as we grapple with a pandemic, a recession, racial inequity, and the ever-growing wealth gap, America elected its first female vice president.

This is a proud moment for UFSC, Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU), Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., of which Kamala Harris is a member, and other like organizations, who have worked vigilantly and tirelessly to create opportunities for women of color.

So many girls, especially girls of color, will be able to look at the new administration and see themselves.  My little nieces and little girls in the neighborhood across the country will no longer doubt whether this country is ready for their leadership.  America has come a long way and still has a long way to go.

For years, my four sisters and I have kicked, scratched, fought, cried, and pushed past all kinds of barriers that sometimes made us feel like giving up.  In those moments, we channeled the power of our mother, our grandmother, and the many other known and unknown African American sheroes who had come before us.  They never let their circumstances define them, and they kept moving forward with the faith that there will be a brighter tomorrow.  Today is one of those brighter days.  I am glad that UFSC, my four sisters, and women of color around the world have lived to see this brighter day.  I am confident that together we will keep working to ensure the equitable participation of minorities at all levels of the financial services industry and the world.

Today, Vice President-elect Kamala Harris is a Superhero.

UFSC Initiative: Leveling Up the Playing Field

“Connecting Minorities and Employers: One Job, One Resume at a Time”


With your assistance, the UFSC Job Bank will list open financial services industry positions at various corporations, organizations and institutions across the country. Companies and institutions will be able to reach highly qualified minority professionals for their open financial services positions and get top candidates in the door.

Leveling Up the Playing Field Initiative intentions are three-fold:

  • Increase UFSC members’ and minority professionals’ awareness of job opportunities in the financial services industry;
  • Encourage UFSC members and minority professionals in the financial services industry to engage two of their colleagues in Leveling Up the Playing Field Initiative and posting their resume; and
  • Increase the awareness of hiring managers and recruiters of minority financial professionals in the financial services industry.

Read More: Leveling Up the Playing Field Initiative

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