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ETA CEO Jodie Kelley Recognized by PaymentsSource as an Influential Woman in Payments

ETA CEO Jodie Kelley Recognized by PaymentsSource as an Influential Woman in Payments

Jodie Kelley, Chief Executive Officer of the Electronic Transactions Association (ETA), was recognized by PaymentsSource as one of the most influential women in the payments industry for 2020.

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Now in its eighth year, the “Most Influential Women in Payments” designation recognizes women who are creating change and opportunities in the payments industry. Leaders are selected by PaymentsSource editorial staff, a leading independent publication dedicated to covering the global payments technology ecosystem.

“I am so proud to join this incredible cohort of women leading the payments industry into a future of growth and innovation,” said Kelley. “At ETA, we are fortunate to have so many former and current honorees as part of the leadership of the association, and I am honored to be among them this year. I congratulate my fellow honorees and salute the women of our industry for their ongoing contributions.”

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ETA members in the 2020 group of honorees include:

  • Carolina Caballero, Mastercard
  • Lia Cao, JPMorgan Chase
  • Susan Chapman-Hughes, American Express
  • Angela Conti, TD Bank
  • Donna Embry, Evolve Bank & Trust
  • Hannah Fitzsimons, Elavon
  • Jasma Ghai, Discover Financial Services
  • Kim Crawford Goodman, Fiserv
  • Stacy Hughes, Global Payments
  • Tia Ilori, Visa
  • Sue Kelsey, Mastercard
  • Stacey Madge, Visa
  • Jennifer Petty, Bank of America
  • Paulette Rowe, Paysafe
  • Molly Walsh, JP Morgan Merchant Services

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