Jordan Bennett has been with Nacha since 2016 and is Senior Director, ACH Network Risk Management. His focus is with understanding Third-Party Senders and the benefits they bring to the system as well as mitigating any risk associated with this business model. Jordan runs the Nacha Certified program, which encourages Third-Party Senders to know and understand their risk management responsibilities in the ACH Network and promotes Third-Party Senders with strong risk management practices. Jordan is also the staff liaison for Nacha’s Risk Management Advisory Group. The Group works with Nacha staff and key industry stakeholders to produce sound business practices, business cases for rules proposals, Board Policy Statements, tools, white papers and other communications vehicles, and to collaborate and coordinate with payments professionals across payments channels. Prior to Nacha, Jordan worked at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta in FedACH and in Credit and Risk Management.
Nell Campbell-Drake is Vice President of Industry Relations for Federal Reserve Financial Services (FRFS). She has responsibility for FRFS relationship management including Nacha, Payments Associations, industry trade groups, and other business partnerships. Additional responsibilities include outreach and engagement activities associated with the FRFS payments improvement program and partnership with internal colleagues on FRFS hosted industry advisory groups. Nell represents the Federal Reserve Banks on numerous payments industry groups. Before joining the Bank, she worked at Merrill Lynch Brokerage Firm in a variety of capacities.
Nell is an avid bowler and welcomes the opportunity for a challenge!
Lisa has over 30 years of experience working in corporate credit unions and CUSOs in different capacities to include Chief Operations Officer, VP of Item Processing and Senior Consultant. Today she serves as the Chief Innovations Officer at Corporate America, sits on Nacha's Risk Management Advisory Group (RMAG) and was recently selected as a member of the Alliance Emerging Payments Advisory Committee. Lisa is an art and music enthusiast and has been known to skew the demographic at rock concerts.
Keith Gray is a Vice President with The Clearing House with responsibility for Strategic Partnerships. These partnerships are critical to the success of RTP in that many banks and credit unions will leverage RTP through a trusted technology partner. Mr. Gray works with these partners to facilitate launching and supporting their payment related initiatives, as well as supporting banks and credit unions directly as they plan and execute their strategies to leverage RTP and other networks. During his 20–year career, Mr. Gray has worked extensively with financial institutions of all sizes, as well as financial technology companies on emerging payments initiatives, mobile solutions, and online banking applications. He worked with multiple early stage organizations bringing new products to market. He is a frequent speaker at conferences and payments related functions. Mr. Gray is an alumnus of Trevecca University in Nashville. Mr. Gray is an avid golfer and fly fisherman.
Jorge Jimenez is Chairman of both Juniper Payments LLC and Global Fintech Forum LLC, which collaborate on domestic and international payments to 3500 financial institutions.
He received a master’s in business administration in 2001 from a joint program between the London School of Economics and Bocconi University of Milan. That same year, Jorge joined the operational arm of the Italian Central Bank, SIA Group, where he was first Project Director for the new European Clearing House in support of the newly introduced Euro (STEP2) and later in charge of developing the national payment infrastructure for Central Banks in Latin America and Africa. Jorge has worked with governments and Central Banks in over 50 countries, including the Federal Reserve where he was Product Development Director for their International ACH solution.
Throughout his 20-year career in payment systems, Jorge has helped change conventional wisdom on payments by helping financial institutions capitalize on the latest payment innovations while implementing new payment infrastructures for entire countries.
He is currently advising the Office of Technical Assistance of the U.S. Treasury on foreign policy as it relates to Payment Systems, and Financial Inclusion, pursuing a PhD in Economics from UNED University in Madrid and is the proud recipient of the 2019 Rich Oliver Leadership in Payments Award.
Scott is a partner on the Financial Services Team at Adams and Reese LLP and is licensed in DC, TN and MS. He works with financial institutions throughout the United States on payment systems, payments fraud, and bank operations, including treasury management services, wire transfers, ACH transactions, online banking, mobile banking, and emerging payment systems. He began his practice as a litigator and has over 15 years of experience advising clients on risk-minimization and best practices for avoiding litigation. Scott regularly speaks on payments-related issues across the United States.
Nanci McKenzie, Juris Masters Financial Regulation & Compliance, AAP, APRP
Nanci has been the EVP, Compliance and Product Strategy at Affirmative Technologies since September 2020. Nanci has over 36-years’ experience in banks and credit unions including 22-years in banking compliance and operations as Deposit Operations Supervisor, Teller Supervisor, Training Coordinator, OFAC Officer, and ACH Auditor. Nanci spent five years in financial technology as a Deposit Implementations Analyst for Finastra (fka D + H, USA) and Training Specialist on the Phoenix core processing platform. Before joining Affirmative Technologies, Nanci worked four years as Vice President, Payments Consulting at ePayResources. While at ePayResources, Nanci performed audits and risk assessments on electronic payment channels including ACH, remote deposit capture, and wire transfer. Additionally, Nanci provided customized consulting engagements to financial institutions including but not limited; payments strategy, electronic compliance review, treasury management, and faster payments and real-time payments planning and implementation.
Currently, Nanci works with Affirmative clients to determine compliant solutions for managing and monitoring risks within their payment service channels. Regardless of the topics within operational efficiencies, risk mitigation, regulatory issues, payments strategy, or data analysis, Nanci will work with clients to ensure they have the necessary information and education to make sound business decisions.
Nanci holds a Juris Master’s degree in Financial Regulation and Compliance from Florida State University College of Law and a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Information Management from Seminole State College, Sanford, FL. She became an Accredited ACH Professional (AAP) in 2004 and became an Accredited Payments Risk Professional (APRP) in 2018. Nanci is currently pursuing a Master of Legal Studies (MLS) at Drexel University.
Mary Ann Miller
Kevin Miyamoto is Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer of Identifee, responsible for all operational and administrative procedures. Prior to working at Identifee, Kevin worked at Corporate Executive Board (now part of Gartner), and spent a number of years working in multiple roles in Wells Fargo’s Payments, Virtual Solutions, and Innovations Team. Most recently, Kevin was the Business Manager in Wells Fargo’s Sponsorship Team, managing over $850B of payment volume.
Kevin received his bachelors in communication from Denison University.
Kevin Moland is a Senior Advisory Product Strategist for the Payments Strategy team at Jack Henry, where he brings to bear four decades of experience working with financial institutions and financial services providers. Kevin has been a key player in the digital services revolution, providing product direction and design oversight for some of the nation’s premier banking and payments companies. He is a featured presenter at conferences and industry events and has served as an adjunct faculty member for several prominent banking schools. His informal style and keen story-telling skills make him a sought-after speaker, teacher, and host.
Kevin Olsen is the Senior Vice President, Innovation & Strategy at Pidgin. Kevin, also known as the Payments Professor, has been working in the payments industry since the late 1990s. Kevin received a BS in Technical Studies from Valdosta State University.
Mike Ryan has been a leader in the unclaimed property industry for over 30 years. During his career he has worked at Computershare, Keane, Venio, Georgeson, Morgan Guaranty, and currently serves as the Unclaimed Property Liaison for MACHA. He is also the Director of Business Development at Linking Assets Inc. Mike has assisted numerous companies with unclaimed property compliance, returning over $1 billion dollars to the owner or their heirs.
Mike was instrumental in the development of the Unclaimed Property Professionals Organization (UPPO), the premier association dedicated to holders of unclaimed property and the service providers who help make holder’s job easier. He has served UPPO in many capacities, including president (for a record two terms of a total of four ½ years), and recently recognized with their Super Nova Award for Outstanding Service to the organization (2021).
Mike has been a founding member of multiple industry unclaimed property committees, such as: The Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association (SIFMA), Shareholder Services Association (SSA), and the Stock Transfer Association (STA). He has been involved with various bank industry groups, including: Macha, Nacha, NY ABA, UMACHA, ePay Advisors, NEACH and SFE where he shares key information and has been a speaker at numerous Annual Conferences and Webinars.
Peter Tapling is a serial entrepreneur, advisor, and investor. Peter’s advisory efforts are focused on innovation and modernization of payments. He also advises on risk, authentication/identity, cryptocurrencies and CBDC. He is engaged as a Technology Advisor to Nacha’s Phixius effort. Peter acted as CCO for Spring Labs, CRO for Early Warning Services during the market launch of Zelle and founding CEO of Authentify. Peter is a member of the Board Advisory Group for the U.S. Faster Payments Council, a member of the Association for Financial Professionals and is an Accredited Payments Risk Professional.
Mike Timoney is Vice President of Secure Payments for Payments Improvement within Federal Reserve Financial Services. Mike has responsibility to understand the payments and fraud landscape and identify areas where security must be improved. Mike is responsible to design, develop, and implement key elements of the Fed’s Payment Improvement strategy for payment security including improving fraud data, researching security and fraud trends, and evaluating emerging security and fraud technologies. He identifies and contributes to opportunities for collaboration with the payments industry to improve overall payments security. Mike has had multiple roles during his career including treasury fraud, global card and comprehensive payables fraud, commercial and corporate treasury fraud, electronic payments, and program and portfolio management. Mike is a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) and Certified Treasury Professional (CTP).
Anne is a C-level leader who loves to learn. She has spent the past 25 years working in corporate America and learning from the best and the worst. Anne has multiple professional credentials including AAP, CTP, Certified Change Management Professional, Certified Customer Experience Professional, Project Management Professional, and more. Anne is the author of the award winning book, Unicorn Leadership. She has been featured on several podcasts and webinars and included in various publications. Anne is currently the Chief Operations Officer and Chief Experience Officer for a boutique wealth management firm in Dallas -- Messick Peacock & Associates. Her hobbies include reading, running, writing, and traveling with her family.