Elizabeth has over a decade of experience in developing global payments services. She has worked extensively in retail payments focusing on international remittances, person-to-person, business, and government payments.
As the head of FedGlobal ACH Payments for the Federal Reserve Retail Payments Office, Elizabeth was responsible for developing the program’s strategic direction, new product development, and market outreach program. During this period, the availability of international payments via the ACH network grew from 5 to 34 countries.
Her experience includes developing new standards for international payments in the ACH network as well as being a founding contributor to the International Payments Framework Association (IPFA), helping to develop a method to simplify the exchange of cross-border payments.
Elizabeth has collaborated with a number of industry groups and has been a frequent presenter at conferences in the U.S. and abroad. She has extensive experience on payments issues in Africa, Europe, and Latin America, especially Brazil and Mexico.
More recently, her work has been in the mobile payment arena helping to define new services, rules and standards. Interoperability among mobile payment services has also been a focus, along with the regulatory and compliance aspects of international payments.
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