The USBC's Credit Card has been instrumental in facilitating the financial management of our small firm as we enter an expansion phase in our business development.
-Aimee D. Griffin, Esq., The Griffin Firm, PLLC
Banking-Black Supports Our Mission of Economic Empowerment
As an original incorporator of the U.S. Black Chambers, Attorney Aimee Griffin has fought for economic justice for people who have been denied access and opportunity. Aimee Griffin, Esq., has committed her life to working with individuals and businesses to create wealth and maintain it through business and estate planning. Aimee is the principle at the Griffin Firm, PLLC where she works closely with individuals to help them become successful business owners.
For Aimee, banking Black is about economic empowerment. When asked why she decided to Bank-Black, here's what she had to say:
"We pride ourselves on developing synergies and promoting entrepreneurial talents among individuals and business entities. Most importantly, our estate planning firm prides itself on promoting economic empowerment tools that support Black communities. We are proud to be associated with The Bank-Black card because of the empowerment that is symbolizes."
The USBC's Bank-Black initiative has helped entrepreneurs expand their business and has helped individuals reduce personal debt. One of the USBC's core pillars is access to capital, the USBC's Bank-Black initiative serves as a platform to help Black entrepreneurs and individuals secure credit. When asked about the impact of the USBC's Bank-Black initiative, here's what Aimee had to say:
"As a member of the Board of Directors for the U.S. Black Chambers, we have continuously discussed ways in which we can collaborate not just for the good of Black banks but for economic empowerment of Black business owners. The USBC's Bank-Black initiative is a clear win-win."