- Nov 5, 2021
Baseball is one of America’s most cherished pastimes. Once a segregated sport, today nearly 38% of major league players identify as Latino, African American, or Asian.
- Oct 19, 2021
Riding the bus from a public housing development to the richest neighborhood in Atlanta changed Shannon Heath Longino’s life. Longino was just two weeks old when she moved with her grandmother to East Lake Meadows.
- Oct 8, 2021
Not every kid loves change, but Brent Yamaato did. His father was an ambitious IBM executive in the 1970s and ’80s, when insiders joked that IBM stood for “I’ve been moved.”
- Sep 29, 2021
When Leo and Meg Peters* walked into the bank, they were in distinctly different moods. The Peters were coming to Truist to talk with wealth advisor Ben Yannuzzi about selling their health care business. Leo was really excited about all the things he could do after the sale. Not on the list? Slowing down.
- Aug 31, 2021
People start lining up outside of Mercy Care as early as 6 a.m. They’re hoping for help at one of the few walk-in health care spots in the clinic.
- Aug 6, 2021
It was a two-Kleenex moment for Allan Tanenbaum. “One of the great things we have in life is memories,” he says, grabbing a tissue and reminiscing about his friend, Henry Louis Aaron.
- Jul 16, 2021
“Is there anything you can do to help?” Jerry Siegel was on the phone with his bank. It was spring 2020, and COVID-19 was threatening his business and the health of his employees.
- Jul 15, 2021
DaySha Gibson has always had an eye for better. Before she came to Truist, her career started to take shape when she worked in an office and noticed a clear physical divide.
- Jul 14, 2021
When the coronavirus pandemic hit, it changed a lot of people’s perspectives—and gave opportunities to make a difference in new ways.
- Jul 13, 2021
As small businesses suffer from the economic impact of COVID-19, one of our community partners is using a grant to bring better resources to rural towns that are often overlooked.