The Electronic Payments Association announced that Jason Dorsey, Chief Strategy Officer at The Center for Generational Kinetics, and “Meet the Press” moderator Chuck Todd will serve as the keynote speakers for the PAYMENTS 2015 conference on April 19-22 in New Orleans.
NACHA says Jason Dorsey, known as the “Gen Y Guy” due to his expertise solving generational challenges in the workplace and marketplace, will be the conference’s opening keynote. During his presentation, “Crossing the Generational Divide: Unlocking the Power of Generations to Grow Your Business,” he will share new research, anecdotes and step-by-step actions to help companies drive sales, create better leaders and innovate faster.
Chuck Todd, moderator of “Meet the Press” and political director for NBC News, will keynote the afternoon session. He will provide a comprehensive picture of the current political landscape and interpret the latest issues facing the country from the first-hand point of view of a seasoned media veteran. His passion for politics, razor-sharp analysis, and balanced scrutiny of current events will give the conference audience an entertaining and edifying experience.
With five generations currently in the marketplace and four in the workplace, Jason Dorsey leads custom research and consulting to identify emerging trends that help companies and leaders solve tough generational challenges. He wrote his first bestselling book at age 18, and has been featured on more than 50 television programs, including “60 Minutes,””20/20,” “The Today Show” and “The View,” among others.
Chuck Todd is one of the most sought after voices in American political coverage. As NBC News political director, he is responsible for political news and information. “Meet the Press” is NBC News’ flagship Sunday morning public affairs program and the longest-running broadcast in television history. Previously, he served as NBC News chief White House correspondent, as well as the host of MSNBC’s “The Daily Rundown.”
The Electronic Payments Association has served as trustee of the ACH Network, managing the development, administration and rules for the payment network that universally connects all 12,000 financial institutions in the U.S. The Network, which moves money and information directly from one bank account to another, supports more than 90% of the total value of all electronic payments in the U.S.
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