Susan K. Doyle named President of Kansas City-based payments association
KANSAS CITY, MO (October 31, 2018) — EPCOR® – Your Electronic Payments Core of Knowledge announced today that Susan K. Doyle will join the association as president on January 1, 2019.
“I look forward to joining EPCOR and working with the staff and Board of Directors to continue to fulfill the association’s mission and explore new opportunities to serve its member banks, credit unions, thrifts and affiliated organizations to help them succeed in the ever-changing electronic payments business,” said Susan Doyle.
Doyle comes to EPCOR following 28 years in banking and payments, most recently as Senior Vice President, Electronic Payments Channel Manager at Commerce Bank in Kansas City. Doyle began her banking career at First National Bank of Omaha, followed by two years at U.S. Central Credit Union. She has been actively engaged in various organizations focused on payments including the NACHA Board of Directors, Federal Reserve Banks Faster Payments Task Force, Faster Payments Governance Framework Formation Team, American Bankers Association Payments Administrative Committee, Kansas City Federal Reserve Product Advisory Group and EPCOR Payments Committee.
“I am thrilled that Susan will be bringing her vast payments knowledge to EPCOR. In her role as president, she will lead the association as we introduce new and expanded services to assist our members in navigating the rapidly changing payments landscape,” said Ann-Marie Bartels, CEO, EPCOR. Bartels will continue in her role as CEO of the organization.
About EPCOR® – Your Electronic Payments Core of Knowledge
EPCOR is a not-for-profit payments association which provides payments expertise through education, advice and member representation. EPCOR assists banks, credit unions, thrifts and affiliated organizations in maintaining compliance, reducing risk and enhancing the overall operational efficiency of the payment systems. Through our affiliation with industry partners and other associations, EPCOR fosters and promotes improvement of the payments systems which are in the best interest of our members. For more information on EPCOR, visit www.epcor.org.