Leatrice Bynum is a Regional Branch Manager in the City of Atlanta market, responsible for delivering the vision of Wells Fargo by leading her team to build lifelong relationships. As the Branch Manager, Leatrice demonstrate leadership by building and sustaining an inclusive culture that focus on team member development, investments, small business and community outreach for the Wells Fargo branch located in the heart of Atlanta. Managing over a half of billion in assets; she has held this position since July 2014.
Leatrice joined the Wells Fargo team in 2010 as a Personal Banker. She has held different roles within the company including a Licensed Investment Banker and Service Manager. Leatrice also work in the role of Supplier & Diversity Liaison for the Georgia market. In additional to her Leadership role, Leatrice is the City of Atlanta Volunteer Chair, Editor of the quarterly City of Atlanta News Banner and Diversity and Inclusion Chair for the Black African American Team Member Network.
Leatrice deepens relationships through her partnership with the Community Development and Affairs division of Wells Fargo. Over the years, Leatrice and her team has supported several non-profits including Operation Hope, The National Black College Alumni Hall of Fame Foundation , The Links, Inc., Urban League of Greater Atlanta, and the United Negro College Fund in an effort to increase financial literacy in the Atlanta community.
Her passion for community involvement is evident through her partnerships with the United Way, Concerned Black Clergy, 100 Black Men of Atlanta and America, The Emerging 100, The Scholarship Academy, Habitat for Humanity, Junior Achievement, and a host of other non-profits where she has worked to implement outreach activities and events. She is also a member of the, Asian, Pride, Women’s, and Green Team Member Network.
Leatrice earned a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management with a concentration in Management Information Systems from The University of New Orleans in 2002. Leatrice currently holds a Series 6, Series 63, and insurance securities license. She is also a member of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women Metro Atlanta Chapter.