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Finalists Selected for Nacha’s First 15 Under 40 Award

They are among the best and brightest rising stars in the payments industry: the finalists in Nacha’s first 15 Under 40 Award. With nearly 100 nominees, a committee of industry experts convened by N...

Business Wire

HERNDON, Va.: They are among the best and brightest rising stars in the payments industry: the finalists in Nacha’s first 15 Under 40 Award.

With nearly 100 nominees, a committee of industry experts convened by Nacha reviewed each candidate’s accomplishments and visions for the future.

“Our panel had its work cut out for it, given the quality of those nominated,” said Stephanie Prebish, AAP, APRP, CTP, Nacha Senior Managing Director, Association Services. “Narrowing the list to 15 was challenging. But through group review and discussion, they selected the 15 they felt showed exceptional leadership and inspiration to their peers, and were making the greatest impact to the payments industry.”

The next step comes at Nacha’s Smarter Faster Payments 2024, the industry’s premier event, taking place May 6-9 at the Miami Beach Convention Center.

“Profiles of each of the finalists will be available on the Smarter Faster Payments website, social media and on site at the conference. Attendees will be able to vote using the Payments mobile app, with the winner revealed at the May 8 keynote luncheon sponsored by Wells Fargo,” said Prebish.

The winner receives a complimentary registration to Smarter Faster Payments 2025 in New Orleans and the opportunity for an exclusive meeting with Nacha President and CEO Jane Larimer.

The 15 finalists for Nacha’s 15 Under 40 Award are:

  • Sam Aarons, Modern Treasury.
  • Jennifer Aguilar, APRP, Alston & Bird LLP.
  • Matthew Brazda, Cross River Bank.
  • Rui Chaves, M&T Bank.
  • Tony Cook, FirstBank.
  • Katie Decker, AAP, APRP, Ernst & Young.
  • Kara Ford, Federal Reserve Financial Services.
  • Bridget Hall, ACI Worldwide.
  • Shehreyar Jamshed, Bank of America.
  • Adam Keck, Fifth Third Bank.
  • Olivia Maciel, AAP, APRP, Regions Bank.
  • Kevin Miyamoto, Identifee.
  • Stacy Nascimento, AAP, APRP, Webster Bank.
  • Victoria (Tori) Pettersen, AAP, APRP, United Bank.
  • Jennifer Wasmund, AAP, APRP, Capital One.

M&T Bank is sponsoring the 2024 15 Under 40 Award. Learn more about Smarter Faster Payments 2024 on the conference website: https://payments.nacha.org/.

About Nacha

Nacha governs the thriving ACH Network, the payment system that drives safe, smart, and fast Direct Deposits and Direct Payments with the capability to reach all U.S. bank and credit union accounts. There were 31.5 billion ACH Network payments made in 2023, valued at $80.1 trillion. Through problem-solving and consensus-building among diverse payment industry stakeholders, Nacha advances innovation and interoperability in the payments system. Nacha develops rules and standards, provides industry solutions, and delivers education, accreditation, and advisory services.

Fonte: Business Wire

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