#SeeHER Spotlight

Kerry Washington Continues to Light Up the Small Screen

Today, our #SeeHER spotlight shines on Kerry Washington. From "Scandal" to her new Hulu entry "Little Fires Everywhere," Kerry invests part of herself into every role making it her own in a unique way that represents strength and self-confidence.

On a sad note, Celebrity Page wishes to acknowledge the passing of Lynn Shelton on May 16th due to a blood disorder. Ms. Shelton was one of the directors of "Little Fires Everywhere" with many additional writing and directing credits including "GLOW," "Fresh Off the Boat," "The Good Place," "Shameless," "New Girl" and many others. Our condolences to her family and friends.

Citi: The Moment - It's About Time

We captured the moment our colleagues' children learned about the gender pay and leadership gap. Their reactions are a reminder to never be complacent and that's why we've committed to closing the gap. Join us. #itsabouttime View other Citi videos: http://www.youtube.com/citi Read our Blog: http://blog.citigroup.com

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#SeeHER Spotlight: Nurses On The Frontlines

On a Mother's Day unlike any other, Citi Bank and #SeeHer want to thank all moms for all that you do to safeguard your families, look out for your communities and brave the front lines against Covid-19.

Laura Prepon has had success with roles on "That 70's Show" and "Orange is the New Black" but now she's turning her focus toward her most important role, motherhood.

"Motherhood is the most joyful, incredible thing..."

Laura, a mother of two just released her second book, a self-help guide for mothers everywhere, "You and I, as Mothers: A Raw and Honest Guide to Motherhood."

Today's #SeeHER Spotlight, presented by #SeeHER members, Pantene Gold Series, features Actress Vanessa Bell Calloway. Recently recognized by the County of Los Angeles for her contribution to the Entertainment Industry and as the driving force behind Bounce TV's "Saints and Sinners," Vanessa continues to defy the odds...

"That wasn't heard of, that a black woman would be a head of a show."