Slideshow In Pictures: The Most Influential Women in Payments, 2014

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  • March 17 2014, 5:02am EDT
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In Pictures: The Most Influential Women in Payments, 2014

These 20 women have reached impressive heights in a traditionally male dominated industry and have played a vital role in helping their organizations stay ahead of the curve.

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Vickie Brown
COO of Merchant Processing, First Data

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Elizabeth Buse
Executive vice president of the global solutions group, Visa

Ann Cairns
President of international markets, MasterCard

Sabrina Chin
Senior director of payments services, Walmart

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Donna Embry
Senior vice president of strategic development, Payment Alliance International

Janet O. Estep
President and CEO, Nacha

Annmarie "Mimi" D. Hart
President and CEO, MagTek

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Pamela Joseph
Vice chair of payment services, U.S. Bancorp

Linda Mantia
Executive vice president, cards and payment solutions, RBC

Jennifer Miles
President of the Americas, VeriFone

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Diane Offereins
Executive vice president, president of payment services, Discover

Linda S. Perry
Linda S. Perry Consulting

Sandra Pianalto
President and CEO, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland

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Ginger Schmeltzer
Senior vice president of emerging payments, Fiserv

Jennifer Shasky Calvery
Director of Fincen

Melissa Smith
President and CEO, Wex

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Susan Sobbott
President of global corporate payments, American Express

Valerie Soranno Keating
CEO, Barclaycard

Holli Targan
Partner, Jaffe Raitt Heuer & Weiss

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Colleen Taylor
Executive vice president, head of treasury management and enterprise payments, Capital One