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“What’s the T?” with E. Monique Evans

IIn this week’s episode, I flipped the script my Sister Friend Monique Evans, an EquipFin Transaction Coordinator in Commercial Banking Operations at Wells Fargo & Company, who answered “What’s the T?”. Instead of my normal Q&A style, I tossed out topics and Monique weighed in. We talked Dating to the Pride Umbrella to Privilege and brought it back to ICW fashion with the importance of using our voices, specifically Trans WOC + Wealth. Could not leave this out especially with Monique being in Banking. Check out the episode for the full scoop. BTW, it’s a long one so pause then play if you must.

Annndddd, let’s wish Monique a Happy Birthday October 24th Birthday!!!

This week’s Guest is E. Monique Evans
With more than 15 years of professional experience in the financial services industry, Monique Evans currently serves as a Deal Closer for Wells Fargo Vendor Financial Services LLC. Monique’s pronouns are she/her/hers. Throughout her career, Monique has obtained industry experience in various financial lines of business, including consumer and commercial/ wholesale bank operations, wealth and investment management, treasury, and fiduciary services and more. Outside of her day-to-day role, Monique is an Advisor on the Gender Identity and Expression Advisory Committee, which is part of the PRIDE Enterprise Leadership Team at Wells Fargo. Locally, she is a member on the board of directors for Resource Center Dallas ( She also represents Wells Fargo at various LGBTQIA+ industry events and speaking engagements on the topic of transgender-related issues. Previously, she’s served as a member and was the 2021 Keynote Speaker for Out & Equal’s Southern States Forum. Monique studied finance and accounting. She loves travel, podcasts, writing poetry, cycling, interior design and architecture. She grew up in the Midwest but considers herself a Texan at heart.

Ways to Connect/Resources

IG: @iammoniqueevans
Article Features:
From Finance to Poetry
By Michelle Brown, Collections by Michelle Brown
Women Leading The Finance Industry: Wells Fargo’s E. Monique Evans on The 5 Things You Should Do To Increase Your Financial Literacy
By Tyler Gallagher, Authority Magazine
She Represents: E. Monique Evans
By Sherri Yarbrough, The Dallas Weekly
Clearing the Obstacles
By David Taffet, Dallas Voice Magazine:


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