Bank of America executive hasn’t let dyslexia slow him down

Diagnosed at the age of four, Wellington resident Frank LaCosta has not let his dyslexia hold him back.

Today, LaCosta is banking executive with Bank of America, where he’s worked for 14 years. LaCosta serves as a corporate wealth specialist, working closely with corporate and business banking partners to provide financial literacy training for employees, and he recently told his story to The Wellington Town-Crier.

LaCosta has said he owes his professional success to how his dyslexia has differentiated him and hopes his story will inspire others. To see the full article, click on http://gotowncrier.com/2016/09/wellington-man-overcomes-dyslexia-to-find-business-success/

12/19/2016


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