Welcome to the Future: Mobile Wallets, Payments, and Philanthropy
There are many different payment methods now, and security is of the utmost importance to your organization's brand.
With so many different payment methods, it can be cumbersome and confusing to think about which methods you should or can accept and how secure your donor data is through these methods. From new chip cards, to online credit card processing authorization, to ACH, to PayPal and even mobile wallets, the world of payments continues to evolve and open up new doors and opportunities.
Join payment and securities expert to discuss how you should be thinking about payment methods as it affects your organization, what you need to know about security of the various payment methods, and how your organization can be set up for success for transaction processing.
SR Manager Client Relations Social Innovation
With more than a decade of payments industry experience, Robin Dupont joined the client relations group at PayPal as the SR. Manager, Social Innovation, Client Services in June of 2012. In her previous role Robin helped lead Chase Paymentech Solutions as Director of Client Relations. Recognizing the rapid growth rate and consumer demand for payments, Robin established exclusive working agreements between Chase Paymentech and Visa and MasterCard. As she is heavily involved within various payment industry organizations, Robin currently serves as an advocate with Visa and MasterCard to ensure complete understanding of merchants and the associations. Robin oversaw and managed all aspects of client relations for several of Chase Paymentech's largest accounts. Robin joined Chase Paymentech in 2005 , as a National Account Manager and then was promoted to a Director role in 2006 . Robin is the recurring expert at PayPal. Prior to joining Chase Paymentech, Robin worked in Client Relations for over 20 years.
Conleth O’Connell has over 25 years of executive experience in Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), enterprise and mobile technology for high-growth companies where he developed and delivered superior user experiences across a variety of market segments. In 2016 he helped secure four patents for Kimbia and has extensive experience in payments and security technologies. Prior to joining Kimbia, he spent seven years as the CTO of Vignette Corporation, a highly successful worldwide leader in the delivery of innovative and dynamic web experiences. Conleth holds a Ph.D. in Computer and Information Science from The Ohio State University, is a published author, holds multiple patents across several technical disciplines and is a sought-after speaker on Web technology, enterprise content management and social media.
Save the Children
Sr. Director, Social Business Strategy & Innovation
Ettoré Rossetti serves as the Senior Director of Social Business Strategy & Innovation at the global nonprofit organization, Save the Children, where he has been for 12 years. He has been practicing the trade of digital marketing for more than two decades. Ettoré originally established Save the Children’s social media presence which now includes a community of more than 4.6 million followers and has been a catalyst for digital innovation. In 2015 he was awarded American Marketing Association (AMA) Nonprofit Marketer of the Year. In 2013, he was a Webby Award Nominee. He is a sought after public speaker and has been quoted in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Chronicle of Philanthropy and Bloomberg Business. As an entrepreneur, he co-founded one of the first Internet marketing firms serving dot com and global brands. Mr. Rossetti formerly held sports marketing positions at UConn and the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. On a personal note, he is a two-time Guinness World Records™ title holder with his identical twin brother. Follow him @EttoreRossetti.