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Wells Fargo Appoints Alaska Community Outreach Leaders



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Becky More

Wells Fargo has named Becky More as Alaska community relations consultant. She will oversee the company’s Alaska charitable contributions program, employee giving campaign, and volunteer engagement efforts.

More re-joins Wells Fargo with seven years of experience in the nonprofit sector, leading fundraising and donor development programs for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Alaska, Alaska Pacific University, and AWAIC (Abused Women’s Aid in Crisis). Previously, she served Wells Fargo customers and team members in Alaska as a personal banker, service manager, and learning and development specialist.

More holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Alaska Pacific University and Certified Fundraising Executive (CFE) professional designation. She serves as board president-elect for the Association of Fundraising Professionals Alaska Chapter and 100+ Women Who Care Anchorage committee member. More also is fluent in American Sign Language.

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Mary Michaelsen

Mary Michaelsen has been named Wells Fargo At Work program manager for Alaska. The Wells Fargo At Work program supports the financial health of customers and communities in Alaska through the delivery of free money management tools and education offered as an employee benefit for companies.

Michaelsen has more than 10 years of financial services experience in Alaska, Iowa, and Louisiana. Most recently, she worked at Denali Federal Credit Union as its member call center manager. She served as a Wells Fargo personal banker while attending college at Iowa State University, and she was a Navy Federal Credit Union branch manager in Louisiana.

Michaelsen earned a bachelor’s degree in communication from Iowa State University, and she is pursuing a master’s degree in strategic leadership from Alaska Pacific University. She is actively involved in the military community, supporting the Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson Family Readiness Group.

 

 

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