Michael Brunner | President, Bank of America Central New York
Hear from Michael Brunner, President of Bank of America Central New York, about our role in keeping Central New York moving forward.
I'm proud of the work we're doing to make a difference in our communities, and I believe we're just getting warmed up!
We are committed to helping our communities thrive - dedicating our resources to address the issues that matter most in each community where we live and work.
Learn more about how we are advancing opportunities for Hispanic-Latinos as part of our commitment to responsible growth.Read more
Investments help Black, Hispanic-Latino, Asian, Native American, women and other underrepresented entrepreneurs start and grow their businesses. Through a variety of means, the private sector can help to provide dependable, sustainable capital to community businesses in need.See how we're supporting entrepreneurs
Through a national leadership summit and an internship with local partners, including Museum of Science & Technology and On Point for College, our Student Leaders® program provides community-minded young students with a chance to serve, inspire and hopefully change the world.Learn more about Student Leaders
At Bank of America, we’re committed to addressing the root causes of inequality through a company-wide commitment to advancing racial equality and economic opportunity across diverse communities. We are doing this by building upon our existing efforts and leveraging our strengths: creating more affordable housing and expanding home ownership, increasing lending and support to minority-owned small businesses, championing job training and career readiness and addressing health disparities like access to care. We also know we can’t solve these challenges alone, so we’re partnering with other corporations, local nonprofits and community leaders across the country who share our vision for creating meaningful change.
The job skills gap has disproportionately affected Black and Latino individuals – and this disparity has been compounded by the coronavirus. To help address this gap, Bank of America works with local nonprofits, employers and broader networks across the country to support skills-training programs that meet the specific workforce demands of local communities. The result is a diverse talent pipeline for employers – and a clear path to employment for individuals.