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NAPCP Featured Member Archive 
NAPCP members help drive industry knowledge through continued engagement with the NAPCP and other NAPCP members. Their commitment to drive Commercial Card industry best practices and processes is like no other! Read below to hear more about our Featured Members from previous recognition months.

June 2018

Elizabeth Mozley–Featured Member for June 2018

Corporate Supply Management

As part of Sonoco’s Supply Management group, Elizabeth Mozley is responsible for developing and implementing strategy for Commercial Card, travel and temporary labor. Elizabeth joined Sonoco in 2013, managing the ePayables onboarding strategy and quickly moved into managing the Commercial Card program, as well as other categories focusing on productivity, working capital, process improvement and standardization. She sits on the advisory board for Sonoco’s Commercial Card provider and is a frequent speaker about Sonoco’s diverse card program at various card conventions. In her combined role of being the domestic travel manager and global card owner, Elizabeth is one of the leaders in Sonoco’s current mission to globalize all aspects of travel. Elizabeth is an avid tennis player and soccer mom! 

NAPCP end-user members who would like to connect with Elizabeth, feel free via our member directoryRead more about Elizabeth in the interview below:

1. What are you passionate about with your job? Outside of work? As category manager, my role is focused on the strategy and process improvement for services that support Sonoco employees and enable productivity–whether through acquiring goods and services, paying for those goods and services or travel. I am passionate about process improvement and optimization. By utilizing the feedback from my customers, which are my fellow Sonoco employees, I can better manage my suppliers to ensure they provide quality service, products and efficient processes. Outside of work, I am passionate about my family and spending time with them. We like to plan vacations together, whether it is a “staycation” or somewhere far from home.

2. What are you most proud of about your job? Each year, Sonoco Supply Management hosts a supplier summit, where our suppliers are invited to come and hear from Sonoco business leaders and executives on what is important and where we are headed. I successfully led and organized the largest Sonoco Supplier Business Conference in May 2017, hosting over 400 attendees, from eight different countries. Over the course of two days, we entertained and hosted the largest contingency of suppliers from around the world and raised a record amount of proceeds, which were donated to local diversity groups.

3. Elizabeth's current challenge: Sonoco is a company that is diverse in both its products and people. Several of Sonoco businesses were acquired through acquisition and we have recently had multiple, large acquisitions.  It is challenging to bring in a new company and deliver standardization. Acquisitions bring the need to standardize processes, which creates challenges but most importantly, it creates opportunities.

4. Fun Fact: I enjoy playing tennis and traveling to warm, sunny places with my family.

Program Details:

  • 3,000 physical cards, 300 ePayables Virtual Cards and 140,000 Virtual eProcurement Cards
  • Sonoco utilizes Virtual Cards for eProcurement, travel and emergency purchase cards
  • Sonoco has card programs in the United States, Canada, Europe and Singapore, and is moving into Mexico this year
Commercial Card Manager of the Year 2018 Commercial Card Provider of the Year 2018

Chad Robison,  CPCP

Chad is the Purchasing Card & Virtual Card program manager for Intermountain Healthcare. His programs support 8,000 cardholders and are made up of $62 million annual spend for P-Card and $245 million annual spend for Virtual Cards.He recently spearheaded the Request For Proposal process of selecting a new card issuer, combining both P-Card and Travel with one provider. Through his approachable demeanor, he has earned the respect of his colleagues and NAPCP community. Chad earned his Certified Purchasing Card Professional credential in 2016. A few of his NAPCP contributions include:

  • breakout session presenter at several annual conferences where his added creativity enhanced their popularity
  • roundtable facilitator where he is always willing to provide networking feedback
  • according to past session evaluations, Chad offered innovative ideas and great strategies
  • webinar presenter

Greg Domaracki, Vice President, Senior Product Manager, PNC Bank

With over 38 years of corporate Treasury Management experience, Greg currently supports product development and client acquisition activities within PNC’s Commercial Card Services Group. Greg has worked with a variety of service partners to integrate solutions designed to enhance Commercial Card usage including customizable program auditing tools and mobile wallet payment capabilities for PNC’s Commercial Card portfolio. Greg has also been awarded three patents from the US Patent and Trademark Office for development of technology solutions specific to accounts payable processing. A few of Greg’s contributions to the NAPCP include:

  • membership with NAPCP for nine years
  • managing PNC's participation in the NAPCP annual conference since 2010
  • coordination of PNC’s Silver Partnership and sponsorship of NAPCP conference general sessions for five consecutive years
  • organizing a PNC sponsored regional forum and virtual events
  • supporting several educational and provider demonstration sessions at annual conferences
 March 2017

Becky Holcombe–Featured Member for March 2018

Team Lead, P-Card and Expense Reports

Southern Company Services 

An obvious choice for our first featured member is Becky Holcombe. Permit us a moment of nostalgiaBecky was present at the first NAPCP advisory meeting held in Atlanta in December 1999. The meeting was the first time the concept of the NAPCP was presented to the industry. Becky was an early advocate and cheerleader.

Eighteen years later, Becky is still an advocate for the industry. She began her program in 1994 with 80 cards. The program has grown to over 20,500 cards. During her tenure, Becky has survived four provider conversions, consolidation, an acquisition, multiple expense reporting system changes, Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) controls and annual audits! She was a popular and highly rated speaker at the 2017 annual conference where her topic was Level 3 Data Review. Another topic Becky is passionate about is the use of Purchasing Card during disaster recovery.   

Becky Holcombe is a team Leader with Southern Company Services overseeing the P-Card program and the auditing of expense reports to ensure compliance. She also performs continuous monitoring of all reports by use of keywords and Level 3 data review. She has been employed with Southern Company for 40 years. Becky has been on the NAPCP Member committee and participated in developing the CPCP exam. She has been a Certified Purchasing Card Professional since its inception. Becky has presented at several accounting and Purchasing Card conferences on various topics including: the Use of a Purchasing Card During a Disaster Without Losing Control of Your Policies, Controlled Purchasing Card Chaos During a Consolidation, How to Effectively Manage a 15,000+ Purchasing Card Program and Level 3 Data, and You Thought You Couldn’t Get Caught. NAPCP end-user members who would like to connect with Becky, feel free via our member directoryRead more about Becky in the interview below:


1. Achievement Becky is most proud of: The achievement that I am most proud of is assisting storm crews. When a disaster strikes and power is out, getting power back on as quickly as possible is critical. Adding the P-Card as a part of our company storm disaster plan, working with our P-Card provider to eliminate declines and ensuring that the card works whenever, however, and for as much money as they need has been a true work in progress. Our storm crews are recognized around the country and even now in Puerto Rico. This makes me proud to know that I am a part of this.

2. Becky’s current challenge: The biggest challenge that I have is not enough time!

3. Fun fact: I have six grandsons (no granddaughters) ranging in age from 2 to 21. When the P-Card business was in its infancy, not as many people attended the conferences. My 21-year-old grandson was not yet in school, so he would usually go to the conferences with us. He has grown up with the P-Card business and is much more knowledgeable about credit cards and fraud than his 21-year-old friends.

Program Details:

  • 18,000 cards
  • One Card Program
  • 1 million transactions annually
  • $200 million annual spend
  • Program began in October 1999

Commercial Card Manager of the Year 2017 Commercial Card Provider of the Year 2017 

Jason Hoo-Fatt, CPA, CPCP

Jason is the Corporate Card administrator of Weill Medical College of Cornell University. He manages a program that has annual spend of over $50 million. Jason earned his CPA and the CPCP in 2016. He was recently promoted to senior internal auditor at Cornell University. A few of his contributions to the NAPCP include:

  • Active member of the Higher Education Advisory Team (HEAT)
  • Served on the Content Sub-Committee
  • Virtual Roundtable facilitator
  • Webinar presenter
  • Facilitated roundtables at NAPCP Annual Conferences
  • Panelist at the 2017 NAPCP Annual Conference

Dave Minier, CPCP

Dave is an executive director for J.P. Morgan and Chase Commercial Card. Dave has over 25 years in the card industry and has proven skills in revenue generation and program optimization through development of effective program performance tools. A few of his contributions to the NAPCP include: 

  • Active member of the Higher Education Advisory Team (HEAT)
  • Virtual Roundtable facilitator
  • Author of a 2016 white paper on Program Audit Topics and Fraud Prevention
  • Co-author of a 19-page report on Benchmarking/Reporting
  • Speaker at the 2017 NAPCP Annual Conference


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