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Online | Atlanta Chapter LinkUp: Take Me to Your Leader!

Our Resources Are Out of This World!

4/15/2020
When: Wednesday, April 15, 2020
5:00 - 6:30pm ET
Where: GoToWebinar
Virtually Sponsored by Fiserv
https://fiserv.com/
United States


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Working from Home?  Take a break from isolation and immerse yourself in a social distance-friendly double feature.  The Atlanta Chapter welcomes all Chapters to our latest Atlanta event.  If appropriate for your time zone, get a glass of wine and relax while we enjoy:

  • A Resource update on all the behind the scenes tools now available to Wnet members. If you’re not already a member in these uncertain times, these career and personal development-friendly resources will surely make you want to join.
  • A Leadership Panel with several of our Atlanta-based Wnet Leaders. 

Wnet Executive Director, Lisl Dutterer will provide a walk through of our latest and best resources available to all members on wnetonline.org.  Resources designed to help recruiters and member talent, mentors, and other member support.  We’re not just defined by our member events and signature webinars.  Our resources really are out of this world and you’ll have an opportunity to explore the very latest.      

Following that walk through, enjoy an interactive panel of available Wnet Board Members as they share their insights and experiences as stand out female leaders in a traditionally male dominated industry.  Your next inspiration could be the answer to something you ask or something they share.  If our vision is a world where a woman’s potential is as unlimited as her ambition, it’s healthy to make sure each of us sets the bar for that ambition high enough and we stay mindfully on course to achieving our ambitious goals. 

As a result of attending this virtual event, our participants will be able to

  • Expand the quality and quantity of their network.
  • Learn about actionable tools and resources within the Wnet family.
  • Receive Wnet C-Suite inspiration on leadership that they can apply to their very own circumstances.
  • Have an opportunity to meet several of our Board virtually (Beam Me Up Scotty!).  
Speakers

Lisl Dutterer, CAE, Executive Director, Wnet

An expert in leadership, professional network development, program design and mentoring, Lisl comes to Wnet with more than 15 years leading 501(c)3 organizations. Having worked in both the profit and nonprofit arenas, she brings a deep understanding of business development, volunteer management, membership retention and team leadership to Wnet. Lisl was previously the director of education and training for the Produce Marketing Association and executive vice president of the Restaurant Association of Maryland Education Foundation.

 

Joan Herbig, President, Wnet & Board of Directors, ControlScan

Joan E. Herbig has more than 25 years’ experience in the high-tech industry. She has held many roles throughout her career and built companies that have been recognized for supplying high-quality products and services, delivering outstanding customer support and undergoing robust business growth.

Joan currently serves on the Board of Directors for ControlScan, where she served as CEO from late 2007 until May 2017, when it was acquired by Thomas Street Capital and merged with their portfolio company, EchoSat.  Prior to joining ControlScan, Joan was CEO of Cambia Security, Inc., a leading provider of configuration management tools for compliance with PCI, GLBA, HIPAA, SOX and other regulatory standards, until its acquisition by nCircle Security in April 2007. Prior to Cambia, Joan served as CEO of XcelleNet, Inc. (now part of SAP), an industry leader in mobile device systems management. Prior to that, she held several positions at Digital Communications Associates (DCA), including Senior Product Line Manager responsible for marketing and product management.

A long-standing contributor to the Georgia technology community, Joan sat for many years on the Board of Directors for the Technology Association of Georgia, and served as its Chairman in 2008. She currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Women’s Network in Electronic Transactions (W.net) and the advisory board for the University of Kentucky Computer Science department.

Joan holds an MS in Computer Science from the University of Kentucky and a BA in French from the University of Louisville. In 2011, she was inducted into the University of Kentucky's College of Engineering Hall of Distinction. 

Polly Van Duser, Wnet Board of Directors & Senior Vice President, Talent Acquisition, BAMS

Polly Van Duser, Senior Vice President, Talent Acquisition for Bank of America Merchant Services has over 20 years of recruiting and recruiting leadership experience and has spent the last 12 years in the payments industry.  Her passion is shaping the future by helping the organization bring in strong talent.  Polly has been with Bank of American Merchant Services 4 years and was with Heartland Payment Systems and WorldPay prior.  Polly co-leads the Women’s Leadership network at Bank of America Merchant Services is on the Wnet Board of Directors.  Polly lives in Atlanta. 

 

Stacy Hughes, Wnet Board of Directors, Senior Vice President, IT Governance, Risk and Compliance, Global Payments

As senior vice president, IT Governance, Risk and Compliance of Global Payments, Stacy Hughes has worldwide responsibility for governance and implementation of information technology and security compliance (including PCI programs internally and for Global’s customers) and risk functions. Stacy is also responsible for the CIO risk register program, including the identification and tracking of technology risk, driving execution of risk mitigation and minimization strategies. 

 

Prior to her current role, Stacy served as Sarbanes Oxley (SOX) compliance controller of Global Payments, where she was responsible for the implementation of IT and financial controls for the organization (including new acquisitions), led year one SOX implementation and managed the organization’s SSAE 18 (formerly SAS 70) reports. Before that Stacy served as the assistant controller and director, external compliance, helping with the company’s SEC filings.

 

She began her career at Global Payments in the internal audit department in 2003, moving from First Data Corporation (now Fiserv), where she was a leader in internal audit for more than four years. Early in her career, Stacy was a staff auditor for HBE LLP, a regional CPA and consulting firm in the Midwest.

 

Stacy earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Wayne State College and an MBA from the Keller Graduate School of Management. She currently serves as a board member of Susan G. Komen Greater Atlanta, is a member of the board of advisors of the PCI Security Standards Council, serves as vice chair of PPISC (Payment Processing Information Sharing Council) and was recently elected to the board of Wnet (Women’s Network in Electronic Transactions), the premier professional organization for women in payments.

 

Moderator

Dana Sills, Chair of the Wnet Atlanta Chapter & Senior Vice President, National Benefit Programs 

Dana is a serial networker and connector of people.  This is how she accidentally fell into the payments industry fresh out of college.  The serendipity has continued ever since.  Dana is pleased to have helped PMT Services, Inc. grow organically to go public during her tenure.  As the 5th hire in the credit division in a company of approximately 55 employees, she helped Lynk (RBS Lynk/RBS WorldPay, WorldPay) over 16 years expand from a private company through two acquisitions.  While there, she earned Lynk’s first Employee of the Year Award for greatest fiscal contribution among approximately 500 employees with the national release of sales management software.  She released National Benefit Programs while at Cynergy, now Priority.  Note this connection resulted in her current employment.  She developed training, product management and business development while at MainStream, handing opportunity after opportunity off to talented team members that she networked into the organization.  Dana is actively sharing the value of National Benefit Programs with acquirers to help them rapidly enhance the value they deliver their portfolio while increasing their earnings per share.  She also chairs the Atlanta Wnet Chapter and welcomes any opportunity to meet and help our growing team of current and future industry leaders.  

 
Agenda

5:00 p.m. – 5:40 p.m. Welcome | Our Resources Are Out of this World!

5:40 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. Take Me to Your Leader! 

Cost 

Priceless (Free to Wnet members and not-yet-members)

 

Thanks to Fiserv for (virtually) hosting this Wnet Chapter LinkUp!