Black, Female Insurance Exec on Quest to Mentor Teen Girls

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Black, Female Insurance Exec on Quest to Mentor Teen Girls

President of Georgia-based insurance giant Aflac U.S., Teresa White poses for a photo in Georgia. White, the first Black president of Georgia-based insurance giant Aflac U.S., is on a quest to help young African-American girls succeed.

President of Georgia-based insurance giant Aflac U.S., Teresa White poses for a photo in Georgia. White, the first Black president of Georgia-based insurance giant Aflac U.S., is on a quest to help young African-American girls succeed.

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Teresa White, the first woman and African-American president of Georgia-based insurance giant Aflac U.S., has the knack to inspire. So says Seychelle Hercules, a formerly bashful girl who went on to win Georgia’s Miss Columbus pageant after hearing the trailblazing Black executive speak.

Hercules’ life took a major turn after White told her and some other teenage girls about how she overcame obstacles and stereotypes in rising to the corporate suites of Aflac U.S., a $130 billion brand known for its TV commercials featuring a duck that randomly quacks out the company name to potential customers.

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Keywords: Diversity & Inclusion | Aflac | Gender Equality | Media & Communications | Reduced Inequalities | Responsible Business & Employee Engagement | Women | Workplace Inclusion

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