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GARNES HIRED TO LEAD INCLUSION INITIATIVES AT FIDELITY BANK

Fidelity Bank has announced the hiring of LaShonda Garnes, MPA, PMP as the director of inclusion, equity and diversity, a new role that will lead the long-term planning and execution of an enterprise-wide push toward fostering a culture of inclusion. The position falls under the oversight of The Office of Culture and Talent, a multi-faceted division that seeks to align departments that play a key role in shaping the internal work environment in line with the mission, vision and values of the Bank.

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Fidelity Bank's fancy new 'car park' adding ground-floor restaurant, rooftop urban farm

The ground level of Fidelity Bank’s new five-story “car park” on Market between Waterman and English will soon have a new 4,000-square-foot restaurant on its main level. And that’s not even the biggest news to come out of the project this week.

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Fidelity Bank Foundation grant funds 27 early childhood education scholarships

The Fidelity Bank Foundation has approved a grant for The Opportunity Project (TOP) to fund Early Learning Center scholarships for children whose parents have lost their jobs because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Thanks to a match of this gift, 27 children in the Wichita area will be able to access critical education programs despite the financial challenges facing their families.

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FIDELITY BANK NAMES WOLZ RETAIL BANKING DIRECTOR

Michelle Wolz has been promoted to the role of retail banking director, providing guidance and leadership to Fidelity Bank’s Kansas retail division, including a regional management team, customer contact center and retail sales analysis functions.

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Fidelity Bank gifts $40,000 to the Kansas African American Museum

Fidelity Bank has donated $40,000 to the Kansas African American Museum (TKAAM) to support the creation of an environmentally-secure vault designed to preserve sensitive artifacts and archives that detail the rich history and heritage of Kansas’ African American community.

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