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Friday, November 21, 2014

Laszig joins, Train moves up, Watkins departs The Green Sheet

The Green Sheet Inc. is delighted to announce that payments industry executive Dale S. Laszig has joined our team as a staff writer. She has been a long-time contributing writer to our publication and, for the 2013-2014 year, she was also author of the Street SmartsSM column.

Dale's areas of special interest include business development, POS technology, marketing, writing and editing. As a consultant, she has helped business owners leverage industry knowledge, best practices and electronic transaction technology to achieve strategic goals. Always willing to put skin in the game, she is an active member of The Electronic Transactions Association, as well as the Women's Network in Electronic Transactions, and has volunteered on multiple committees and at tradeshows to help maintain high standards for the industry as a whole.

"We are thrilled to have someone of Dale's high caliber join us," said Kate Gillespie, President and Chief Executive Officer of The Green Sheet. "Her ability to form lasting relationships, her industry knowledge, technical know-how and strong work ethic will all be a great asset to us as we go forward."

In addition, Ann Train, whose eye for detail is unparalleled, has been promoted to the position of senior staff writer. And we bid farewell to Dan Watkins, who has left his post as associate editor to pursue other professional opportunities. For seven years, Dan was an outstanding staff member who could write or revise any type of article needed with speed and accuracy.

We wish Dan well in his future endeavors, congratulate Ann on her promotion and give Dale a hearty welcome to The Green Sheet's editorial team. end of article

Editor's Note:

The Green Sheet Inc. is now a proud affiliate of Bankcard Life, a premier community that provides industry-leading training and resources for payment professionals. Click here for more information.

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