This interview series explores the ups and downs throughout the creation of Greenwood, the digital mobile banking experience for Black and Latino customers. Ever wonder what it takes to build a brand like Greenwood?
Watch this series to find out!
Check out the trailer of this video series to see how Greenwood got started, see the challenges the team faced along the way, and all that’s involved in the process of building this brand.
Inspired by civil rights leaders, Greenwood co-founder and chairman Ryan Glover raises over $30 million to hire best-in-class talent and eliminate predatory lending.
Dealing with the difficulty of remote team operations, Chidiebere Kalu, Greenwood’s Director of Product designs the Greenwood app while working from his parent’s house.
Our VP of Marketing Operations Toyin Adon-Abel has a life-changing experience after he visited the Greenwood District in Tulsa, Oklahoma and met descendants of survivors of the Tulsa Race Massacre.
For more stories about the Tulsa Race Massacre, watch the series: Untold Stories of the Black Wall Street.
While Lynn Tillman Cherry, Chief Compliance & Risk Officer, takes us through the process of creating the Greenwood debit card, VP of Operations Toyin Adon-Abel describes visiting the manufacturing plant and testing the cards at home.
After Ryan Glover focuses on combining culture and technology to build community, Greenwood team members Kalu, Lynn, and Dylani Herath talk about the different cultural experiences they bring to the table.
With employees physically located across the city, Programs Lead Michal Allen finds office space to provide a collaborative environment for the Greenwood team.
As a way of staying connected to customers, Craig Jones, Head of Product Operations, helps set up a customer support center.
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