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Be inspired by women making waves in the United States payments industry and beyond. Join us at the 2022 Symposium!

Our keynotes, panels, and break-out work sessions will help strengthen your skills while keeping you on top of industry trends. Hear from women leaders on a variety of subjects including current payments issues and initiatives, fintech, and leadership. You’ll also have the opportunity to network with women at all levels and with diverse backgrounds in payment and fintech. This is a must-attend event for any woman who’s serious about accelerating her career in the payments industry.

The Women in Payments Symposium is a unique event that provides perspectives from key women leaders in payments, supports diversity and gender parity, and includes topics impacting all aspects of the payments ecosystem. The format is split between networking breaks, keynote addresses, executive panel discussions and career development breakout sessions. This forum is an unparalleled opportunity that is empowering, current and immediately relevant to any woman pursuing a career in payments.

 

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6:00 PM - 7:00 PM ET

REGISTRATION

6:15 PM - 7:00 PM ET

AWARDS COCKTAIL 

 

7:00 - 7:10 PM ET

AWARDS DINNER - OPENING REMARKS

Kristy Duncan
Founder and CEO
Women in Payments

7:10 - 7:45 PM ET

AWARDS DINNER

 

7:45 - 8:30 PM ET

AWARDS PRESENTATION

Jennifer Lucas
Managing Director, Americas Payments Consulting Leader
EY

8:30 - 9:00 PM ET

AWARDS KEYNOTE

Mariquit Corcoran
Managing Director & Chief Innovation Officer
Barclays

9:00 - 9:15 PM ET

CLOSING REMARKS

 

7:30 - 8:15 AM ET

BREAKFAST AND NETWORKING 

7:30 - 8:15 AM ET
BREAK-OUT SESSIONS 

INNOVATION & DRIVING CHANGE

SALON I

MANAGING A GLOBAL PAYMENTS BRANDS DURING GREAT TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE

For some of us, “Venmo me” is pure innovation, but for generation z this is their expected experience.  From catering to the digital first crowd to an aging population, companies will need to explore innovative ways to make it easy to pay in a mobile first world - while also offering incentives that build brand loyalty and trust.  Against this backdrop, digital payments and new payments technology will continue on a rapid growth trajectory, making partnerships more important than ever. Join this session as it will discuss the importance of partnership from fintech's to enablers to networks in succeeding as a payments brand during a time of rapid advancements.  

 Elizabeth Porter
Director Of Communications
Discover

7:30 - 8:15 AM ET
BREAK-OUT SESSIONS 

DIGITAL PAYMENTS

AMBASSADOR ROOM

REQUEST FOR PAYMENT DEPLOYED: HOW VERIZON LEVERAGED RTP FOR CUSTOMER BILLING

Are you a biller that has heard about RTP's Request for Payment (RfP) capabilities but are struggling to find beneficial use cases? Or a bank that hasn't yet enabled RfP and are looking to see an example of how it's been done? Or interested in learning about how RfP works? In this session, we will be speaking with Verizon, BNY Mellon, and Citibank about their recent launch of real-time bill pay for retail customers and to find answers to some frequently asked questions about the experience. 

Moderator

Lisa Akahoshi
Director - Product Management
The Clearing House

Ashley Czajkowski
Vice President, Product Manager
BNY Mellon 

Attie Muse
Director - Payment Strategy & Operations
Verizon  

Jennifer Valdez
SVP Payment Product Manager
Citi   

7:30 - 8:15 AM ET
BREAK-OUT SESSIONS 

LEADERSHIP AND CAREER DEVELOPMENT

PLAZA A & B

CLOSING THE RACIAL WEALTH GAP  

Black women in the US face unique challenges when it comes to building businesses and securing capital: only 3% of SBA loans are granted to Black entrepreneurs, and many of their companies face unprecedented hardships when economies falter. This was highlighted during the global pandemic, when 40% of Black-owned businesses in America closed, compared to 17% of white owned. What tools - from payments, to financing, to technology, to communities - are needed to build a truly inclusive financial future for all? What special role do women in leadership play in this process? Our panel explores the solutions we need to ensure racial parity in business.

Moderator

Leyonna Barba
Managing Director, Technology & Disruptive Commerce
JP Morgan


Kelly Ifill
Founder and CEO
Guava

Laura Kornhauser
CEO and Co-Founder
Stratyfy

Roseanne Silva
Senior Vice President, Security Director
PNC

Stefanie A. Thomas
Investments
Impact America Fund

8:15 - 8:30 AM ET

MAIN STAGE

SALON III

OPENING REMARKS

Kristy Duncan
Founder and CEO
Women in Payments


Nicole Meyer
Founder & Managing Partner
The Meyer Partnership

8:30 - 9:00 AM ET

MAIN STAGE

SALON III

OPENING FIRESIDE KEYNOTE

Pam Habner
CEO of US Branded Cards and Lending
Citi

Meredith Spatz
Executive Vice President
Mastercard

9:00 - 9:45 AM ET

MAIN STAGE

SALON III

EXECUTIVE PANEL

The pandemic has accelerated the adoption of digital payments and heightened expectations for a convenient, seamless, and customized experience. New innovations, such as crypto, NFTs, and the metaverse, have come to the stage, offering new ways and new platforms to conduct business.  Our new environment has also altered the skills needed to build a successful career in the payments market. This discussion explores the tools and innovation that are needed to build a more connected digital commerce ecosystem, and delves into the skills and attributes needed for women to be successful in the payments space.  Join this panel of exceptional women leaders and innovators, as they share insights and pearls of career wisdom from the forefront of the new payments world.

Moderator

Eva Robinson
Managing Director, Industry Executive for Government and Public Sector, Treasury Service
JPMorgan

Pelwasha Faquiryan
Executive Vice President, U.S. Bank Payment Solutions & Global Airlines
Elavon

Jane Larimer
President & CEO
Nacha

Genevieve Leveille
Chief Executive Officer
AgriLedger

Jeanniey Walden
Chief Innovation and Marketing Officer
DailyPay

9:45 - 10:30 AM ET
BREAK-OUT SESSIONS 

DIGITAL PAYMENTS

SALON II

2022 TRENDS: THE NEW CONSUMER AND WHAT IT MEANS FOR THE PAYMENTS INDUSTRY 

Consumer behavior has changed significantly from pre-pandemic profiles. The new consumer expects and values inclusion, is choiceful and transacts with intent, and is more attune to convenience and safety. How can the payments industry properly address the new consumer habits without sacrificing growth objectives? Knowing and understanding consumers is the first step in being able to design payment solutions that deliver better experiences for everyone throughout the ecosystem.  

Cheryl Guerin
Executive Vice President, Marketing and Communications, North America, 
Mastercard

9:45 - 10:30 AM ET
BREAK-OUT SESSIONS 

INNOVATION & DRIVING CHANGE

SALON I

THE CHANGING LOYALTY LANDSCAPE

Traditional loyalty tactics like points, miles or cashback are becoming a thing of the past. In fact, many loyalty offerings are so outdated that they’ve become obsolete to the consumers they’re trying to attract; more than half of consumers said the pandemic led them to try different brands. This panel examines new trends shaping the loyalty landscape and opportunities for the payments industry to stay ahead of the game.   

Moderator

Kathryn Cleary
Senior Vice President, Merchant Verticals
Mastercard

Rasha Katabi
Founder & CEO
Brim Financial

Katie O’Dell
D.B.A., Head of USAA Credit Card Strategy, Member Experience, and Strategic Partnerships
USAA

Sarah Phelps
Senior Vice President, Head of Loyalty Solutions
Wells Fargo 

9:45 - 10:30 AM ET
BREAK-OUT SESSIONS 

LEADERSHIP AND CAREER DEVELOPMENT

PLAZA A & B

DEVELOPING THE NEXT WAVE OF WOMEN PAYMENTS LEADERS 

Career development is an ongoing process of professional training, networking, and active engagement. This is particularly true for women in a field like payments, where men currently are in the majority. In this session, panelists will share the journeys they’ve each taken to reach leadership roles, discuss how their careers have developed over time, and lend insight into proactive career-building strategies for other women looking to blaze their own trails. 

Michelle Ziolkowski
Enterprise Payment Strategy Product Group Leader
Wells Fargo
  

Melissa Lowry
Chief Marketing Officer
Early Warning (network operator of Zelle®)  

Jennifer Lucas
Managing Director, Americas Payments Consulting Leader
EY

Colleen Taylor
President, Merchant Services – US
American Express
  

10:30 -  11:00 AM ET

NETWORKING BREAK

11:00 - 11:45 AM ET
BREAK-OUT SESSIONS 

LEADERSHIP AND CAREER DEVELOPMENT

PLAZA A & B

THE "R" WORD - CONFRONTING RACISM IN CAMOUFLAGE

Everyone knows diverse teams help make profitable businesses. Yet businesses still struggle with race-based diversity with research showing most diversity officers and anti-racist programs are set up to fail. Is this embedded in our false understanding of ‘race’ when looking to address institutional racism or do certain biases cloud our ability to tackle the problem on a much more fundamental level? This session will examine two schools of thought and their views on the subject of race and how to identify and stop race-racism evasion in organizations.

Moderator

Maia Davis-Singleton
Director of Client Support
Discover Financial Services

Leonard T. Bell II
Executive Director Global Macro Sales, FM New York
Standard Chartered Bank 

Marie Mui
SVP, Head of Relationship Management, Merchant Services
Wells Fargo

Michele Shelton
CEO & Principal Consultant
Michele Shelton LLC

11:00 - 11:45 AM ET
BREAK-OUT SESSIONS 

DIGITAL PAYMENTS

AMBASSADOR ROOM

THE CRYPTO CONUNDRUM: BANKS IN THE AGE OF EVOLVING PAYMENTS

The crypto world has evolved dramatically with some 6,000 cryptos in existence today. This has occurred alongside an ever-changing global banking system, which has often been plagued by faulty implementation of new technological innovations and a growing loss of consumer confidence. What does the wider adoption of cryptocurrency mean for payments and what sort of future will that create for banks and central banks? This panel explores the themes in full. 

Moderator

Sarah Billings
Senior Vice President, Head of Payments Product, Operations, and Strategy
PNC 

 Alexandra Prager
Executive Director
Onyx by J.P. Morgan
Blockchain Launch  

Beatriz Saldivar
Global Payments, Treasury & ERP Bank Connectivity Advisor
Kyriba

 Jess Turner
 EVP, New Digital Infrastructure & Fintech
Mastercard

11:00 - 11:45 AM ET
BREAK-OUT SESSIONS 

INNOVATION & DRIVING CHANGE

SALON I

THE FUTURE OF REAL-TIME PAYMENTS

The pandemic has intensified the need for additional infrastructure to support faster payments. As FedNow general availability approaches in 2023, there are increasing questions on how banks can keep pace with technological change and adapt in an era of rapid digital transformation. How can firms distinguish between the FedNow and RTP Networks? What will be their impact on the wider financial ecosystem? And how do these solutions and systems support – P2P, B2B, B2C and A2A payments? This session will shine a light on some of the real-time payment issues being addressed today and the technology that will look to change the payments landscape in the future.  

Moderator

Ulrike Guigui
EVP, Head of Enterprise Payments
Wells Fargo

Carrie Blankenship
Director of Product Management, Instant and Emerging Payments
Fiserv 
 

Elspeth Bloodgood
Technical Product Manager
Jack Henry

Connie Theien
Senior Vice President and Director, Payments Industry Relations, Federal Reserve System
Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
 

  Elena Whisler
SVP, Sales and Relationship Management
The Clearing House 
 

11:45 - 12:45 PM ET

NETWORKING LUNCH

12:45 - 1:15 PM ET

MAIN STAGE

SALON III

INNOVATION PANEL

Moderator

Carol Grunberg
Global Head of TTS Strategic Partnerships and Innovation
Citi Group

Nicole Haskins
Vice President of Sales
Paymentus

Nik Sathe
Chief Technology Officer
Blackhawk Network

Elena Whisler
SVP, Sales and Relationship Management
The Clearing House 
 

1:15 - 2:00 PM ET
BREAK-OUT SESSIONS 

INNOVATION & DRIVING CHANGE

SALON I

THE GREAT RESIGNATION: HOW THE WAR ON TALENT IS IMPACTING WOMEN IN PAYMENTS 

The past 18 months have brought great disruption to the workplace, and it's not slowing down. In addition to changing where they work, many people have changed who they work for. In July, 4 million Americans quit their jobs and joined "The Great Resignation". People left for better hours, more money and more flexibility. What can the payments industry do to keep good people? How will women be impacted? Change brings opportunity, so how can women take advantage of this opportunity to advance? This panel will explore the new realities of the war on talent and how women can get the best roles that fit the realities of today. 

Moderator

Nicole Meyer
Founder & Managing Partner
The Meyer Partnership

Nayelli Cruz
HR Head TSS North America Region
Worldline

Patricia Partelow
Managing Director, Financial Services Consulting
EY 

Debby M.  Wyatt
Director/ Sr Group Manager
Strategic  Delivery
Citi Retail Services

1:15 - 2:00 PM ET
BREAK-OUT SESSIONS 

LEADERSHIP & CAREER DEVELOPMENT

PLAZA A & B

ADDRESSING IMPOSTER SYNDROME: FROM CULTIVATING CURES THROUGH CREATING CONFIDENCE 

One of the main barriers preventing women leaders from reaching their full potential isn’t experience. It’s a lack of self-confidence. Self-promotion is a key leading career development skill needed in the post pandemic workplace. But how can women cultivate this skill in an era of unpredictability? This session aims to help women improve their perception of their skills and to advise on how to highlight their accomplishments with confidence around their colleagues and senior leaders. 

Moderator

Jane Larimer
President & CEO
Nacha

Briana Ruhl
VP, Business Unit Operations
ACI Worldwide

Garima Shah
President
Biller Genie

Kay Taylor
Senior Vice President, Office of the CIO
FLEETCOR

1:15 - 2:00 PM ET
BREAK-OUT SESSIONS 

INNOVATION & DRIVING CHANGE

AMBASSADOR ROOM

SUSTAINABILITY AND CONSUMER EXPERIENCE: MEETING THE NEEDS OF CONSCIOUS CONSUMERS
 
With growing concern over environmental, social, governance, a product’s “purpose” has never been so critical. Conscious Consumers are redefining how purchases are made and expecting companies to do more when it comes to ESG initiatives. Financial Institutions have the opportunity to give consumers more power over the footprint of everyday activities. This panel will address HOW and to WHAT extent financial institutions can offer products to meet the Conscious Consumer's needs and change their behavior.  

Moderator

Akshata Udiavar
EY Customer and Growth Leader
EY  

Ginny Chappell
SVP, Ventures
FIS

Johanna Pugh
VP North America Growth & Strategy
Feedzai

Cathi Stanton
Head of US Bank Consumer & Business Credit & Debit Cards
US Bank

2:00 - 2:30 PM ET

NETWORKING BREAK

2:30 - 3:15 PM ET
BREAK-OUT SESSIONS 

INNOVATION & DRIVING CHANGE

AMBASSADOR ROOM

GROWTH OPPORTUNITIES IN PAYMENTS: WHY AGILITY MATTERS

In the evolving world of payments, organizations from financial institutions to retailers face an explosion of new payment options and business tools, plus changing customer behaviors which is one of the biggest drivers of disruption today. In this space of near-instant innovation and high-speed change, how can legacy players and payments providers respond with agility? What are the winning growth strategies and how can payments modernization drive opportunities in the payments ecosystem?    

Moderator

Margaret Weichert
North America Payments Lead
Accenture

Melissa Burns
North America Sales Director
Volante 
Technologies

Geetha Gandhi
Global Payments and App Transformation Lead
Avanade

Kavita Rao
Head of Personal, Business, and Mobile Banking
City National Bank

Marla Sofer
Financial Services Cloud Lead, Industry Solutions CTO
Microsoft

2:30 - 3:15 PM ET
BREAK-OUT SESSIONS 

LEADERSHIP & CAREER DEVELOPMENT

PLAZA A & B

WORKING UP: THE POWER WOMAN BLUEPRINT

Women have been taught to be fiercely independent as they move up the career ladder. Yet they are expected to speak less about business valuation or intellectual property as they approach motherhood and more about recipes and coupons.  Similarly, many career women are increasingly wary about building relationships as they prioritize their long-term career goals. Can women truly have - rather than do it all? This session examines how successful women can navigate dating, love and relationships, especially as they climb up the corporate or business ladder and how to reimagine the realities of a working parent with real life examples of community building.

Moderator

Tamika Michelle
Johnson

Attorney and Founder
Platinum Connections 

Kim Osborn
Chief of Staff, Head of Employee Experience
Elavon

Jennifer Philo
Head of Global Brands
Blackhawk Network

Maya Williams
President Director of Oracle EBS
AvantCom Payments Corporation

2:30 - 3:15 PM ET
BREAK-OUT SESSIONS 

INNOVATION & DRIVING CHANGE

SALON I

EXPLORATION OF THE METAVERSE

The presentation will be a discussion on emerging technology and payment models in the New Economy. This panel will engage seasoned payment professionals and our next generation of digitally native leaders to explore the Metaverse and its infinite opportunities. Topics will include the creator economy, virtual and augmented reality, Internet 3.0, and more.     

Moderator

Anastasia Traylor
Partner
Deloitte

Amanda Fraga
VP, Research & Insights
Mastercard

Ryan Rugg
Blockchain Service Leader for America’s
IBM

Christeline 
Velazquez-Roso
Global Product Strategy Associate
Bank of America
 

3:15 - 4:15 PM ET

MAIN STAGE

SALON III

UNICORN CHALLENGE

Competitor

Kaeya Majmundar
Swaypay

Competitor

Nehal Mehta
Rainbow Secure

Competitor

Frances Zelazny
Anonybit

 

 

Moderator

Sarah Billings
Senior Vice President, Head of Payments Product, Operations, and Strategy
PNC

Judge

Carrie Blankenship
Director of Product Management
Fiserv

Judge

Kesha Jones
Director of Banking
Paycom

Judge

Alyssa Perez
Payments Innovation Strategy Manager
Discover

Roseanne Silva
Senior Vice President, Security Director
PNC

4:15 - 4:45 PM ET

MAIN STAGE

SALON III

PAYMENTS AROUND THE WORLD

Moderator

Victoria Guida
Journalist
Politco

Martha Beard
Head of Public Sector Payment
J.P. Morgan Payments

Jessica Kemp
VP of Product
Banked.com

Gonca Latif-Schmitt
Global Head of Commercial Cards, Treasury & Trade Solutions
Citi

4:45 - 5:15 PM ET

MAIN STAGE

SALON III

FIRESIDE CLOSING KEYNOTE

Kristy Duncan
Founder and CEO
Women in Payments

Katie Palencsar
Managing Director and Global Head of Venture studio
Anthemis Group

5:15 - 5:30 PM ET

MAIN STAGE

SALON III

CLOSING REMARKS

Kristy Duncan
Founder and CEO
Women in Payments

5:30 - 7:00 PM ET

NETWORKING COCKTAIL

7:00 - 7:15 PM ET

LIVE STREAMED

AWARDS DINNER - OPENING REMARKS

Kristy Duncan
Founder and CEO
Women in Payments

7:15 - 7:45 PM ET

VIRTUAL NETWORKING AND SPONSOR EXHIBITS

 

7:45 - 8:30 PM ET

LIVE STREAMED

AWARDS PRESENTATION

Jennifer Lucas
Managing Director, Americas Payments Consulting Leader
EY

8:30 - 9:00 PM ET

LIVE STREAMED

AWARDS KEYNOTE

Mariquit Corcoran
Managing Director & Chief Innovation Officer
Barclays

9:00 - 9:15 PM ET

LIVE STREAMED

CLOSING REMARKS

 

8:15 - 8:30 AM ET

MAIN STAGE

LIVE STREAMED

OPENING REMARKS

Kristy Duncan
Founder and CEO
Women in Payments


Nicole Meyer
Founder & Managing Partner
The Meyer Partnership

8:30 - 9:00 AM ET

MAIN STAGE

LIVE STREAMED

OPENING FIRESIDE KEYNOTE

Pam Habner
CEO of US Branded Cards and Lending
Citi

Meredith Spatz
Executive Vice President
Mastercard

9:00 - 9:45 AM ET

MAIN STAGE

LIVE STREAMED

EXECUTIVE PANEL

The pandemic has accelerated the adoption of digital payments and heightened expectations for a convenient, seamless, and customized experience. New innovations, such as crypto, NFTs, and the metaverse, have come to the stage, offering new ways and new platforms to conduct business.  Our new environment has also altered the skills needed to build a successful career in the payments market. This discussion explores the tools and innovation that are needed to build a more connected digital commerce ecosystem, and delves into the skills and attributes needed for women to be successful in the payments space.  Join this panel of exceptional women leaders and innovators, as they share insights and pearls of career wisdom from the forefront of the new payments world.

Moderator

Eva Robinson
Managing Director, Industry Executive for Government and Public Sector, Treasury Service
JPMorgan

Pelwasha Faquiryan
Executive Vice President, U.S. Bank Payment Solutions & Global Airlines
Elavon

Jane Larimer
President & CEO
Nacha

Genevieve Leveille
Chief Executive Officer
AgriLedger

Jeanniey Walden
Chief Innovation and Marketing Officer
DailyPay

9:45 - 10:15 AM ET

VIRTUAL NETWORKING AND SPONSOR EXHIBITS

 

10:15 - 10:30 AM ET

THE CLEARING HOUSE OVERVIEW

Susan Meyer
VP, RTP Product Development
The Clearing House

11:00 - 11:15 AM ET

SPONSORED SESSION

BANKING ON CLOUD-NATIVE PAYMENTS

Rachel Hunt
Vice President, Growth Marketing
Volante Technologies

Deepak Gupta
Global Head Payments as a Service
Volante Technologies

Annop Basavarajaiah
Director, Payments Americas
Volante Technologies

11:15 - 11:30 AM ET

SPONSORED SESSION

11:30 AM - 12:45 PM ET

VIRTUAL NETWORKING AND SPONSOR EXHIBITS 

 

12:45 - 1:15 PM ET

MAIN STAGE

LIVE STREAMED

INNOVATION PANEL

Moderator

Carol Grunberg
Global Head of TTS Strategic Partnerships and Innovation
Citi Group

Nicole Haskins
Vice President of Sales
Paymentus

Nik Sathe
Chief Technology Officer
Blackhawk Network

Elena Whisler
SVP, Sales and Relationship Management
The Clearing House 
 

1:15 - 2:00 PM ET

VIRTUAL NETWORKING AND SPONSOR EXHIBITS

 

2:00 - 2:15 PM ET

SPONSORED SESSION

 

2:15 - 2:30 PM ET

SPONSORED SESSION

 

2:30 - 3:15 PM ET

VIRTUAL NETWORKING AND SPONSOR EXHIBITS

 

3:15 - 4:15 PM ET

MAIN STAGE

LIVE STREAMED

UNICORN CHALLENGE

Competitor

Kaeya Majmundar
Swaypay

Competitor

Nehal Mehta
Rainbow Secure

Competitor

Frances Zelazny
Anonybit

 

 

Moderator

Sarah Billings
Senior Vice President, Head of Payments Product, Operations, and Strategy
PNC

Judge

Carrie Blankenship
Director of Product Management
Fiserv

Judge

Kesha Jones
Director of Banking
Paycom

Judge

Alyssa Perez
Payments Innovation Strategy Manager
Discover

Roseanne Silva
Senior Vice President, Security Director
PNC

4:15 - 4:45 PM ET

MAIN STAGE

LIVE STREAMED

PAYMENTS AROUND THE WORLD

Moderator

Victoria Guida
Journalist
Politco

Martha Beard
Head of Public Sector Payment
J.P. Morgan Payments

Jessica Kemp
VP of Product
Banked.com

Gonca Latif-Schmitt
Global Head of Commercial Cards, Treasury & Trade Solutions
Citi

4:45 - 5:15 PM ET

MAIN STAGE

LIVE STREAMED

FIRESIDE CLOSING KEYNOTE

Kristy Duncan
Founder and CEO
Women in Payments

Katie Palencsar
Managing Director and Global Head of Venture studio
Anthemis Group

5:15 - 5:30 PM ET

MAIN STAGE

LIVE STREAMED

CLOSING REMARKS

Kristy Duncan
Founder and CEO
Women in Payments

04 Apr 2022 @ 6:00pm EDT
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