FL-based NXT-ID has ankled Gregory Johnson, Head of Business Relationships for Capital One, to its Advisory Board of Directors.
Prior to joining Capital One, Gregory spent 17 years at American Express Company working in Consulting Services, Business Travel, Commercial Card, and the OPEN Small Business brand forming strategy and architecting large client facing teams to acquire and grow customers through various channels.
Gregory earned his Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and Marketing from Arizona State University and went on to complete his Executive MBA.
The NXT-ID advisory board consists of:
William Fields is currently the Chairman of Fields Texas Limited (a private investment and retail advisory firm) and Four Corners Sourcing. In his twenty-five-year career at Wal-Mart Inc., Mr. Fields held various executive positions, which included Assistant to Sam Walton (Founder of Wal-Mart Inc.), Senior Vice President of Distribution & Transportation, Executive Vice President of Wal-Mart Inc. and President and CEO of the $68 billion Wal-Mart Retail Stores Division. Mr. Fields was responsible for the strategic planning, execution and oversight for operations, merchandising, marketing and logistics for over 2,000 stores and 700,000 employees.
After Mr. Fields departure from Wal-Mart, he served as Chairman and CEO of Blockbuster Entertainment Group and the President and CEO of Hudson’s Bay Company. He currently holds board positions with Lexmark International Inc., Escort Inc., The Joint Corp, General Foam Plastics and Biosara.
Lawrence Flanagan – President and CEO of AARP Member Services and formerly the Executive Dean at the University of New Haven College of Business. Flanagan is regarded as one of the most accomplished global marketing leaders in the country.
Prior to his career in academia, he spent nearly three decades in corporate America as an executive at MasterCard Worldwide, the Procter & Gamble Company and L’Oreal USA. As the global chief marketing officer at MasterCard, he managed a $1.5 billion budget, directed marketing strategies in more than 50 countries and helped launch the company’s hugely successful, “Priceless” advertising campaign.
He also established strategic partnerships with Major League Baseball, the PGA Tour and Champions League soccer in Europe and was part of the executive team that spearheaded MasterCard’s highly successful initial public offering in 2006.
Mr. Ken Moy- Director of Global Payments and Emerging Commerce at Subway. He was formerly senior vice president and Group Head of US Emerging Payments at MasterCard Worldwide.
Ken has extensive experience in large-scale rollouts, partnerships, corporate development, strategic planning, business administration and product management. He launched MasterPass, the firm’s digital wallet solution and important pillar to overall strategy, achieving over 25,000 online merchants, and wallet distribution with over 20 financial institutions.
He led an exclusive agreement with Google, Citibank and First Data to launch Google Wallet, the first commercially available mobile payment solutions. He also led an exclusive agreement with Intel for access to embedded technology in Intel PCs to deliver enhanced security and user experience for electronic ecommerce.
NXT-ID core technologies consist of those that support digital payments, biometric identification, encryption, sensors, and miniaturization.
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