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AFSA is celebrating Women’s History Month by featuring outstanding female leaders in the consumer credit industry.

What has been the most important lesson? Was there a mentor who provided great insight in your early career?
I clerked for the Honorable Shellie F. Bowers who taught me many valuable lessons. One of the most important was to treat everyone with respect, even those who did not respect him or held different beliefs and opinions.

What do you wish the you of today could have told the younger you about building a career?
Say “yes” to opportunities especially when you think you’re not ready.  Something I remind myself every day😊

Women’s History Month | Stacey Jones
Mar 25, 2024

AFSA is celebrating Women’s History Month by featuring outstanding female leaders in the consumer credit industry.

What has been the most important lesson? Was there a mentor who provided great insight in your early career?
I clerked for

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Women’s History Month | Wendy Pratt
Mar 22, 2024

AFSA is celebrating Women’s History Month by featuring outstanding female leaders in the consumer credit industry.

*Credit to DE&I Council at Flagship*

Thinking back on your career this far, what has been the most significant challengeRead the rest

Industry Expertise | Alfa Introduces Sustainability
Mar 20, 2024

AFSA’s Industry Expertise allows Business Partners to provide thought leadership and best practices information directly with AFSA member companies. For more information about taking part, contact Grace McGurn.

Alfa introduces Sustainability,Read the rest

Women’s History Month | Darcy Locke
Mar 20, 2024

AFSA is celebrating Women’s History Month by featuring outstanding female leaders in the consumer credit industry.

Most Important Lesson
The most important lesson I’ve learned throughout my career is the value of resilience and adaptability.… Read the rest

Giving Credit Getting Harder
Mar 19, 2024

A new survey from the New York Federal Reserve indicates that U.S. consumers are growing increasingly pessimistic about their ability to access most forms of credit.  You can read the Fed survey here.  While the Fed survey focuses on insecurity… Read the rest

Women’s History Month | Kim Gershon
Mar 19, 2024

AFSA is celebrating Women’s History Month by featuring outstanding female leaders in the consumer credit industry.

What has been the most important lesson? 
Understanding it is ok to make a mistake.  It’s how you respond that matters. And… Read the rest

Women’s History Month | Robyn Jordan
Mar 18, 2024

AFSA is celebrating Women’s History Month by featuring outstanding female leaders in the consumer credit industry.

I’ve spent the last 25 years leading the people organization across retail, supply chain, hospitality and most recentlyRead the rest

Women’s History Month | Anne Kline
Mar 15, 2024

AFSA is celebrating Women’s History Month by featuring outstanding female leaders in the consumer credit industry.

What has been the most important lesson?
Learn to accept feedback constructively and use it to further your personal development.… Read the rest

AFSA Testified on DIDMCA Opt-Out
Mar 15, 2024

On March 13, AFSA’s Senior Vice President, Danielle Arlowe, testified before the District of Columbia’s committee in opposition to DC B25-0609.

Why it matters: This bill would opt-out the state from the Depository Institutions Deregulation… Read the rest

AFSA’s Credit Reporting Opt-In Letter
Mar 15, 2024

Last week, AFSA’s State Government Affairs team sent a comment letter to the West Virginia Senate regarding WV HB 4381 on credit reporting opt-ins.

In the letter, AFSA focuses on HB 4381’s mandate that consumers explicitly opt in for each disclosure… Read the rest

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