What it Takes: Bankers Group Chairman Grew up in the Business

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(Washington Post) — In high school, B. Doyle Mitchell Jr. dreamed of being an architect, but after graduating with a bachelor’s degree from Rutgers, he followed his father and grandfather into the family business — banking. His grandfather, Jesse H. Mitchell, in 1934 founded the Industrial Bank at 11th and U in the Shaw neighborhood in Northwest Washington; today it’s one of the nation’s largest African American-owned banks.

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