OVERLAND PARK, Kan., May 1, 2018 -- MSTS, a global B2B payment and credit solutions provider, today announced that SVP of Americas and Global Accounts, Martha Salinas has been named to the Commercial Payments International (CPI) Global Advisory Board. Hannah Winans, MSTS Program Development Specialist, has also been appointed to the Kansas City Chapter of the Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) Board of Directors and named Chair of its Sponsorship Committee.
The CPI Global Advisory Board plays a key role in setting the direction and agenda for CPI’s activities, providing guidance to the entire commercial cards and payments industry. Martha brings over 20 years of experience in commercial billing and payment innovation to help lead growth and shape perspectives across the global commercial payments value chain.
GBTA Kansas City offers a comprehensive array of valuable business resources designed to keep members informed in an ever-changing business travel industry. Hannah brings her travel industry experience to the GBTA KC Chapter’s Board of Directors and Sponsorship Committee; helping support the base of sponsors that maintain and increase the financial strength of the organization while also expanding sponsor opportunities.
“MSTS is proud to play such a prominent role in setting direction and shaping the future of the commercial payments and business travel,” said Brandon Spear, President of MSTS. “For 40 years we have focused on cultivating innovation and providing insights to these communities, and we continue to drive this commitment through the appointments of Martha and Hannah. CPI and GBTA will benefit from the in-depth knowledge, professionalism and entrepreneurial perspective that Martha and Hannah will bring to each respective organization.”
About Martha Salinas
Since 1996, Martha spearheaded MSTS’ collaborative efforts to launch custom billing and payment solutions. A former university economics instructor, Martha has led worldwide business development efforts at MSTS, including new client acquisitions and strategic alliances. She holds a bachelor’s degree in economics and international business from St. Louis University and a master’s degree in economics from the University of Missouri-St. Louis.
About Hannah Winans
At MSTS, Hannah partners with corporate travel industry leaders to provide expense management solutions for air and rail travel. Prior to joining MSTS, Hannah established herself as a top sales performer, specializing in the IT industry for over 14 years, and working with clients in manufacturing, oil, energy, sports and other industries. Hannah earned a bachelor’s degree in science and management, and a master’s degree in business administration from Baker University.
MSTS, a wholly-owned subsidiary of World Fuel Services Corporation, is a global billing and payments solution company that specializes in commercial transaction management. MSTS currently facilitates transactions for its customers in over 190 countries and territories. MSTS has 40 years of experience underwriting businesses for credit and is currently providing underwriting in 52 countries. MSTS has a long history of creating and supporting closed-loop commercial billing and payment programs that include both proprietary, branded card products and white-labeled, net-pay and pre-paid card programs around the world in a number of industries, including aviation.
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