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Commercial Card Manager of the Year 2019 Commercial Card Provider of the Year 2019

Renee Merritt, Senior Purchasing Specialist, Temple University 

Renee Merritt is an accomplished procurement professional with more than 15 years of experience within the public and private sectors, including higher education, corporate maritime and hospitality. Renee holds a degree in business administration from the University of Phoenix. In her current role with Temple University, she serves as the Purchasing Card manager. For the past six years, Renee and her team of one, has managed all aspects of development, oversight, customer service, reporting and auditing for 800+ P-Card accounts. She is continually focused on process improvements and thrives on training and collaboration. Renee has one son who is currently a junior at Temple University, and she enjoys volunteering with her church at women’s shelters and nursing homes throughout Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Jeri Winkleblack, CPCP, Card Account Manager, Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Jeri Winkleblack is a card account manager with Bank of America Merrill Lynch, and has been in the card industry for over 20 years, also working with two other card provider organizations. Jeri currently manages the State of Florida card program as well as two other large card consortiums in Florida, including a wide range of public sector clients from cities and counties to public higher education, school boards and special districts. Jeri earned her CPCP and has been an active member of the NAPCP since it formed. She is excited to be a part of the NAPCP Government-K12 team. In her spare time, Jeri likes to travel, which is a good thing, since she is on the road for work much of the time.

 

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JoAleen Ainslie, CPCP, Manager, Accounts Payable & Procurement Card, City of Tacoma, Washington

JoAleen has often been described as a passionate visionary and innovator who loves the question, "Why not?" She is a believer in lifelong learning for both business and pleasure. She has an intense interest in human psychology, worldwide cultures, religions, history and current events—all of which translates to her love of the Procurement Card and Commercial Payment industry. This has paid off as evidenced by her recent promotion from management analyst II, Procurement Card program manager to management analyst III, accounts payable manager with oversight of ePayables and the new Procurement Card program manager. She is currently tasked with expanding the City of Tacoma’s card program exponentially through its new P2P eProcurement/eInvoicing platform that went live May 22, 2017.

Her career consists of many milestones in this chosen field, which includes frequently serving as a contributor to white papers and articles, and presenter, panelist and facilitator at supplier outreach sessions, conferences and forums for various organizations (NAPCP, NIGP, NLC and Washington State to name a few). She has an extensive background ranging from being a private credit collections firm partner, the manager of the Office of Student Accounts at a private business college, to finance, procurement and payables for many years in the K-12 environment where she was exposed to Commercial Cards as their very first coordinator. This fueled her passion for this industry, which resulted in moving to the City of Tacoma to expand their program. She credits her success in this arena to her long-time, valuable membership in the NAPCP since 2002.

She loves storytelling, and even more, hearing other folks' stories—just ask a few of the NAPCP members who waited in line for a table at past conferences. She is a proud and loud Seattle Seahawks and Sounders fan. She has converted her kids, grandkids and great grandkids to that end, all of whom love to watch football and soccer at Grandma Jo’s house.

John Stockinger, CPCP, Director, Global Commercial Services, American Express

John Stockinger is a director of global commercial services for American Express. He leads a team of professional account managers responsible for optimizing supplier payments programs with global Fortune 100 organizations. He has been in the industry since 1994, working directly with large corporate customers for more than 17 years.

Prior to joining American Express, John was a global account manager for GE Capital, leading MasterCard Incorporated and Visa commercial relationships. His corporate expense management experience also includes operations, credit and risk management, and product development.

John is a Six Sigma Quality Greenbelt and Certified Purchasing Card Professional, and 14-year member of the National Association of Purchasing Card Professionals. His experience in the procure-to-pay space includes a focus on Virtual Card ePayables.

John has supported the NAPCP in the following areas:

  • member of the NAPCP for 14 years
  • member of the Purchasing Card Professional Certification Council for four years
  • generous contributor of his knowledge in the following ways:
    •  facilitator of two NAPCP workshops
    • regular content contributor and consultant
    • voted best dancer at NAPCP events

 

 

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