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  • Together, we celebrate what makes us unique and are inspired by our differences during Women's History Month, and every day. Come join #TeamAmex where we are proud to back our colleagues with unique opportunities to thrive in their careers: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMCO7

    American Express Global Careers

    Are you looking for challenging work with purpose? Start a new career with American Express! We have exciting job opportunities available worldwide. Search and apply for positions today!

  • Congratulations to Glenda McNeal, our President of Enterprise Strategic Partnerships, who was named one of the Most Influential Women in Payments for 2019 by Payments Source: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMCOY #TeamAmex

    Glenda McNeal, American Express

    Just a few years ago, the thought that American Express cardholders could ask Amazon's Alexa to provide information about account balances and special offers on their cards would not have crossed Glenda McNeal's mind. Or maybe it did.

  • American Express Foundation's Tim McClimon lists some tips for improving storytelling in the latest edition of CSR Now! "Today’s Leaders Need to Be Great" http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMCOB

    Today's Leaders Need to Be Great Storytellers | American Express

    Ken Chenault, the former CEO of American Express, often paraphrased Napoleon in saying that leaders need to define reality and give hope. Essentially, it is up to leaders to tell their people what is happening now and inspire them by outlining the opportunities that the future holds for them both individually and institutionally.

  • Congratulations to Sonia Cargan who was named as one of Black Enterprise Magazine's Most Powerful Women in Corporate Diversity. We’re proud to have you as our Chief Diversity Officer! #TeamAmex http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMCXE

    Most Powerful Women in Corporate Diversity

    For decades, Black Enterprise has been charting the participation of African Americans in corporate America. But despite years of sounding the alarm, the preponderance of evidence that proves the business case for diversity, and billions spent annually on diversity training, the statistics are still abysmal.

  • We’re pleased to announce our new American Express Chief Human Resources Officer, Monique Herena. Welcome to #TeamAmex!

  • Our Colleague Networks support a culture of inclusivity and collaboration. To celebrate Black History Month, the Black Engagement Network (BEN) in New York gathered for an evening of camaraderie, connection and fun. #TeamAmex

  • To honor Black History Month, Black Engagement Network (BEN) members in Atlanta read to students at a local elementary school and shared stories that have shaped Black history. We’re proud to back our colleagues so they can back our communities. #TeamAmex

  • Red is the new blue this month at Amex. We back our colleagues with free onsite screenings to raise awareness for heart health. Learn more about the other ways we support our colleagues -http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMaXa #GoRed #TeamAmex

    American Express Global Careers

    Are you looking for challenging work with purpose? Start a new career with American Express! We have exciting job opportunities available worldwide. Search and apply for positions today!

  • Honored to be #13 on the Great Place to Work US & Fortune Magazine 100 Best Companies To Work For® list! We’re proud to be recognized as an employer of choice for backing our colleagues to thrive in both work and life. #TeamAmex http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMaaL

  • We provide our colleagues with experiences to become great leaders. For Black History Month, Black Engagement Network (BEN) Chicago members hosted a breakfast with Anré Williams, Group President of Global Merchant & Network Services, where he shared his insights on leadership. #TeamAmex

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