Gines receives honor from Black Achievers Society of Kansas City
Senior Community Development Advisor Dell Gines has received recognition from the Black Achievers Society of Kansas City for his career accomplishments, educational achievements and community impact.
Gines is based in the Bank’s Omaha Branch and leads initiatives aimed at improving economic and entrepreneurial conditions across rural and urban communities in Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska. He was among the honorees at the organization’s 46th Annual Awards and Scholarship dinner in January.
“I am proud to represent the Bank in making an impact in Kansas City and appreciate my fellow inductees for their consistent commitment to making the Kansas City community better for everyone,” Gines said. “I have always had a strong passion for helping communities grow and have been doing community service since I was 17.”
The Black Achievers Society of Kansas City was founded in 1974 by Emanuel Cleaver II, congressman and former Kansas City councilman and mayor, to honor African-Americans in business and industry.