GA Women In Technology Group Honors Parkmobile CEO Fuzzell

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GA Women In Technology Group Honors Parkmobile CEO Fuzzell

The Georgia Women In Technology (WIT) organization has named Cherie Fuzzell, CEO of Parkmobile U.S.A., as its 2014 Woman of the Year in Technology in the Small/Emerging business category. She was one of several winners announced at WIT’s 15th annual Women of the Year in Technology awards ceremony in mid-November at the Georgia Aquarium.
The awards program, presented by Infor, honors the accomplishments of Georgia’s top female leaders in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math), and the impact they’ve made in their communities. One winner from each business category (Small/Emerging, Medium/Mid-Size and Large/Enterprise) was selected.
Fuzzell has extensive executive experience in the payments and healthcare industries, as well as seven years in mergers & acquisitions with the international law firm Jones Day.
Most recently, she was President and CEO of FirstView (a prepaid debit card transaction processor and program manager), and has held senior positions with USBancorp, Nova Information Systems (now Elavon), and Magellan Health Services.
“I am honored to receive this prestigious award,” Fuzzell said. “WIT is doing tremendous work supporting women at every stage of their STEM careers, from the classroom to the boardroom. It’s a privilege to be associated with  such an impactful organization.”
[Sources: Parkmobile U.S.A., Women
In Technology]

 

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