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Celebrating female accomplishment

Discover how our partnership with the Augusta National Women’s Amateur works to spotlight female accomplishment both on and off the course.

Inspiring the next generation

Augusta National Golf Club is changing the game to spotlight female triumph. Bank of America believes that a single swing can inspire an entire generation and is proud to support the Augusta National Women’s Amateur in their efforts to provide more pathways and visibility for women’s progress. Triumph was on full display in Augusta, Georgia, from March 31st to April 3rd. An international field of women amateurs competed over 54 holes of stroke play, making history on the iconic course.

ESPN Host Maria Taylor speaks with 2019 Augusta National Women’s Amateur champion Jennifer Kupcho, 4th African-American Golfer on the LPGA Tour Shasta Averyhardt, and Bank of America’s Chief Administrative Officer Andrea Smith about their boundary-breaking careers. Watch the video to learn about their experiences, insights, and hopes to inspire the next generation.


Female athletes receive only a fraction of the coverage that male athletes do. But young girls can’t be what they can’t see. That’s why Bank of America is proud to support Augusta National to spotlight female triumph.

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Investing in women

Bank of America’s investment in women as they make meaningful contributions within the company and in communities around the world includes a focus on being a great place to work for its female employees, improving the financial lives of female clients, and advancing women’s economic empowerment worldwide. The company has several long-standing partnerships, including our support of Vital Voices, the Tory Burch Foundation, the Cherie Blair Foundation and Kiva and created the Bank of America Institute for Women’s Entrepreneurship at Cornell. Through these partnerships we have helped more than 30,000 women from 85 countries grow their businesses.