The Electronic Transactions Association named Jodie L. Kelley as its new chief executive officer starting Sept. 3.
Kelley is the current senior vice president and general counsel of BSA,The Software Alliance.
“The payments technology industry is dynamic and expanding and ETA has a vital role to play during this period of growth and innovation,” Kevin Jones, president and chairman of ETA and CEO of Celero Commerce in Nashville, Tenn., said in the announcement. “Jodie is the right person to guide ETA to significant growth and provides enhanced value and a unified voice for our industry.”
Kelley said she is committed to expanding ETA’s already significant advocacy efforts, increasing member education programs and providing more networking opportunities.
Kelley succeeds Jason Oxman, who stepped down in January to become president and CEO of the Information Technology Council.
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