ETA Hall of Fame Inaugural class recognized during it’s Strategic Leadership Forum
Allentown, PA—October 12, 2018 –JetPay Corporation (“JetPay” or the “Company”) (NASDAQ: JTPY) announced today that the Electronic Transactions Association (“ETA”) has named CEO Diane (Vogt) Faro to the ETA Hall of Fame, established this year to recognize members who have made significant and lasting contributions to the financial services industry.
Ms. Faro was among eight honorees recognized by ETA during the 2018 Strategic Leadership Forum Hall of Fame breakfast, held October 3rd in Dana Point, California. Other industry leaders to achieve recognition include the mind behind the early development of Visa and the founder of Diners Club International.
“Diane Faro is an innovator who has shaped the modern payments industry with her expertise in business strategy and exceptional ability to lead others,” said Jason Oxman, CEO of ETA. “She is a trailblazer and a role model for both current and future generations of payment professionals. We are proud to welcome Diane to our inaugural Hall of Fame class.”
Ms. Faro became CEO at JetPay in May 2016, after serving on the company’s board of directors for two years. Before joining JetPay, she was president and partner of National Benefit Programs, which provides brand loyalty and discount programs for small to midsized businesses. Ms. Faro served as President of Global Merchant Services at First Data from 2005 to 2009, where she was responsible for over $1 billion in annualized revenues. From 2002 to 2005, she served as Alliance Group President for First Data Merchant Services, where she led strategic direction and was responsible for annualized revenues in excess of $600 million on processing volumes of $350 billion. Prior to that, Ms. Faro served as CEO of Chase Merchant Services for five years.
In 2005, Ms. Faro cofounded Women Networking in Electronic Transactions (“Wnet”) and has been a member of the Wnet board since its inception. She is a past president of the Electronic Transaction Association (2004-2005) and served as an ETA board member for nine years.
Ms. Faro also is a recipient of the 2018 Women in Payments Distinguished Professional Award and 2017 ETA Distinguished Payments Professional Award. For the complete list of Hall of Fame inductees, visit the ETA website.
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About JetPay Corporation
JetPay Corporation, based in Allentown, PA, is a leading provider of vertically integrated solutions for businesses including card acceptance, processing, payroll, payroll tax filing, human capital management services, and other financial transactions. JetPay provides a single vendor solution for payment services, debit and credit card processing, ACH services, and payroll and human capital management needs for businesses throughout the United States. The Company also offers low-cost payment choices for the employees of these businesses to replace costly alternatives. The Company’s vertically aligned services provide customers with convenience and increased revenues by lowering payments-related costs and by designing innovative, customized solutions for internet, mobile, and cloud-based payments. Please visit www.jetpay.com for more information on what JetPay has to offer or call 866-4JetPay (866-453-8729).
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