I'm a little late to this, but U.S. Bank has formed its 2015 “Dynamic Dozen,” a group of millennials chosen by the company’s senior leaders to give their perspectives on how to make U.S. Bank more attractive to their age group.

The company has been doing this since 2009. The Dynamic Dozen has influenced the bank’s mobile banking road map and various career development programs. Members of the Dynamic Dozen have also participated in focus groups to help the bank better understand its benefits enrollment process and how to better engage the millennial generation as both employees and customers. The group has also provided feedback on intranet prototypes; shared insights on campus card opportunities; generated ideas to help college graduates with financial best practices; and much more.

Here's the list. I linked to the LinkedIn profiles of the ones in the Twin Cities that I could find:

- Sara Anderson – Risk Management and Compliance – Minneapolis
- Megan Balkowitsch – Wealth Management and Securities Services – Minneapolis
- Zaccheaus “Zack” Burton – Corporate Audit Services – Milwaukee
- Elizabeth “Liz” Carraro­ – Omnichannel – Minneapolis
- Nikki Carter – Technology and Operations Services – Richfield, Minn.
- Arielle Goldberg – Strategy and Corporate Affairs – Cincinnati
Scott Hagemeyer – Risk Management and Compliance – Minneapolis
- Duong “Dee” Hoang – Human Resources – Richfield, Minn.
- Eric Kirchner – Payment Services – Minneapolis
- Kevin Murphy – Wholesale Banking – New York
- James Narr – Legal – Minneapolis
- Robin Papper – Commercial Real Estate – Boston
- Miranda Peary – Community Banking – Littleton, Colo.