Teresa White

Women Executives at Major Companies Like Intel, Unilever, and Mckinsey Share Their Best Advice for Advancing Your Career and Coming Out as a Leader While Working From Home

by Lisa Rabasca Roepe
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At the beginning of each week, think about two or three people you would like to reach out to, Mallick said. It doesn't have to be a video meeting if you have screen fatigue — you can send someone a text or a brief email to say hello. If you see an article that reminds you of that person, send it to them or consider sharing it and tagging them on LinkedIn, she said.

After Decades Of Deposits, It's Time For Withdrawals From The Bank Of Corporate Culture

If you wait until a crisis to build great culture, you'll be too late. Only time and consistency reveal genuine care and concern for employees—and they will, in turn, step up during hard times.
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by Teresa White

The public health crisis, economic downturn, a surge of racial tensions…2020 has been crisis upon crisis. Nothing this year is going according to last year’s expectations. It’s been a year of virtual meetings, agility and resilience and it’s times like these when you truly understand how brand strength is born of corporate culture.

Watch: Aflac's Commitment to Diversity

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Teresa White, President of Aflac U.S., discusses how Aflac’s culture embraces diversity, which includes having honest conversations about the issues our communities face across the country.

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Aflac's Teresa White and Audrey Boone Tillman Honored Among 2019 Most Powerful Women in Corporate America

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As advocates of diversity and inclusivity, we are excited to celebrate the achievements of Aflac U.S. President Teresa White and General Counsel Audrey Boone Tillman, honorees on Black Enterprise’s 2019 Most Powerful Women in Corporate America list. We are continuously inspired by their strong leadership and commitment to making a positive influence on future generations.

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This Life With Gracie: Women Leaders Reignite Own Fire While Helping Girls Find Their Way

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By Gracie Bonds Staples, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Every Wednesday for eight weeks this summer, Ava Pittman rubbed elbows with some of the most successful and influential women Georgia has to offer.

Cpl. Angela Florence at the Columbus Police Department. Kathy Bruer, owner of Belles & Beaus Etiquette & Manners and Aflac retiree. Teresa White, the first woman and African-American to hold the title of president at Aflac.

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