BMO’s Ann Marie Wright and Tracie Morris recognized on the Most Influential Women in Corporate America 2019 list


Written by Ishita Walia, Corporate Communication Manager in Chicago, IL. Ishita has been a part of the communications team at BMO for almost two years and enjoys traveling and cooking in her spare time.

Today, Savoy, a magazine that showcases, accelerates and drives positive dialogue on and about the African American community, announced its 2019 Most Influential Women in Corporate America list.

Based on their exemplary record of accomplishments, talent, leadership, influence and commitment to not just their company, but also their communities, Ann Marie Wright, U.S. Chief Auditor, and Tracie Morris, U.S. Chief Human Resource Officer, were recognized on the Most Influential Women in Corporate America 2019 list.

“It is an honor to be recognized alongside these exceptional women who embody talent and inspire others to better their community,” said Tracie. “I’m proud to be a part of a company that boldly grows the good in business and in life, and helps women achieve their highest degree of professional success.”

Selection for recognition begins by examining the landscape of spheres of influence impacting Savoy’s readership including: corporate sector influence, scholastic achievement, career growth, community outreach and recognition. After reviewing all of the profiles, the fields of candidates were narrowed to the 2019 Most Influential Women list.

“This recognition celebrates the excellence and success of African American Women executives who are leading corporations and impacting their communities every day,” said Ann Marie. “At BMO, we ensure that our workplace is committed to equality, diversity, and open–mindedness, but understand that we still have work to do.”

To see the full list of Most Influential Women in Corporate America 2019, please visit the website.

Congratulations to Ann Marie and Tracie on their accomplishments.



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