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Nina Johnson, US Bank

12/03/2020 10:11 AM | Emmy Harding (Administrator)

Nina Johnson is the Consumer and Business Banking Leader for the Wisconsin market at US Bank, managing more than 400 employees throughout the southeastern segment of the state. She was hired to create a “Bank of the Future” experience using digital solutions that result in a positive costumer experience within the area. She’s worked in the banking industry for more than 35 years and has held several leadership roles in her tenure, ranging from computer operations and consumer leading to direct auto finance and private label loss mitigation. 

Nina feels like this year has opened the door to having transparent dialog about sensitive topics and she has used this season as a catalyst for change in her market. She has taken this moment in time to create a safe space for courageous conversations by hosting Town Halls/Panel Discussions to address civil unrest, quarterly leadership development guest speaker events supporting DEI, peer mentoring for white executives that aspire to be a part of the solution, small conversation circles to address difficult topics like privilege, “black lives vs all lives” and other taboo topics impacting society. 

Carving out space for real conversation was based on her desire to protect her team both physically and psychologically. Her goal was to use various modes of communication to harness true relationship building and sincere service as essential leaders. The concept is based on the core principle of knowing your audience and delivering a positive experience in the workplace. 

Nina’s favorite PD activities are the annual events where she can reconnect with female leaders of all ages. She looks forward to a time where we can gather in-person again and catch up. 

Be sure to say hi to Nina at an upcoming PD event and thank her for all she’s done in our community! 


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(414) 374-3570
info@professionaldimensions.org
759 North Milwaukee Street, Suite 404
Milwaukee, WI 53202

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