Through corporate sponsorship, companies and organizations demonstrate their commitment to their female employees, the advancement of women, and diversity and inclusion in the payments industry. These contributions support our vision of a world where a woman's potential is as unlimited as her ambition.
Learn about our customizable sponsorships in our 2019 corporate sponsorship prospectus.
Wnet thanks its 2019 Corporate Sponsors:
Friends of Wnet
Friends of Wnet is a new sponsorship level open to corporations and individuals who want to show their support for Wnet's goal to help women across the payments industry achieve greater personal success. Learn more.
For more information about corporate sponsorship, contact Lisl Dutterer, Wnet Executive Director, or call us at 1-781-876-8818.
A word from our sponsors:
Stephanie Ferris, CFO, Worldpay
"Wnet is a world-class organization empowering women to lead the future of payments. The organization encourages women to help other women, regardless of the stage of their career. Through Wnet, women can find a mentor, network with other professionals, advance their careers, and seek guidance from those who are more seasoned in the industry. At Worldpay, we’re proud to sponsor Wnet and partner with an organization that empowers a strong, diverse workforce in payments.”
EVP and Chief Human Resources Officer,
“In today’s rapidly evolving payments ecosystem, understanding diversity and its impact on talent management is essential for success as a global company. TSYS has been a proud sponsor of Wnet for over 10 years. Wnet has provided us with access to outstanding programs which are focused on building the future generation of women in our industry. We have incorporated Wnet as a key element in our talent strategy to offer women opportunities for mentorship, leadership development and building skills essential for success in the digital economy.”
EVP and President of Payment Services,
Discover Financial Services
"Diverse leadership generates stronger business results - Companies with higher female participation at the board level and in senior management exhibit higher returns, higher valuations and higher payout ratios."