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FirstBank Female Market Presidents Share Words to the Wise

Women should: believe in yourselves, speak up and take risks


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AMBER HILLS — PRESIDENT | LAKEWOOD MARKET

Take risks by stepping outside your comfort zone! While you may make some mistakes by doing this you will grow and gain recognition. FirstBank is an organization that fosters this approach, allows it to happen and supports all individuals equally.

303-742-3015

amber.hills@efirstbank.com

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SHANNON JONES — PRESIDENT | AURORA MARKET

Believe in yourself. Let this be your guiding principle. Women are powerful, fearless, inspiring, and persevering; all things to aspire to be and to motivate others to reach for. The sky is
the limit!

303-696-2902

shannon.jones@efirstbank.com

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DAWN DAVIS — PRESIDENT | NORTH METRO MARKET

Women should speak up and make it known that we are willing, able and excited to be a part of the conversation. There really are no boundaries. We have a different approach and that is what makes the team whole.

303-456-2260

dawn.davis@efirstbank.com

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