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Travel Card Advisory Team Presents Best Practices:

The Liability Debate

Open to end-users in all sectors and providers

Original Presentation Date: Thursday, September 20, 2018

Duration: approxiately 60 minutes 



Corporate or individual liability... that is the question that the Travel Card Advisory Team tackles in our second panel discussion of the best practices series. Individual liability can be a good fit for an organization that wants to hold employees accountable, while corporate liability can help promote adoption of programs. Whether you are looking to implement a Travel Card program, or want to make sure that your organization has the right kind of program in place, this webinar provides you with the good and bad of each liability option. The objectives for the debate are:

  • provide an overview of individual and corporate liability 
  • discuss the pros and cons to each liability type
  • offer strategies for effective program management based on each liability option
  • this topic has additional impact in EMEA as a result of PSD2 – gain the perspective from programs operating in this geography 
Target Audience

Procurement professionals who are looking to implement a Travel Card program, or want to evaluate their structure within their current program.


About the Facilitators:

Jack Reynaert, Manager, Global Travel/Meetings, Financial Shared Services, Meritor

Jack manages the Travel team, which services all global operations in 19 countries. His team has fully integrated the travel bookings, vendor relations, expense tool direct management/technology interfaces, global corporate credit card, meetings management and corporate jet operations/sub-charters. Jack has been in the travel industry since 1977, managing corporate travel for half his career at three companies; also working at: airlines, TMC, Rental Car and GDS. His current configuration is a P&L/Rent-a-Plate model, and is responsible for the strategic direction and overall management of the company’s worldwide travel program. Jack is a devoted NAPCP member and serves as chair on the Travel Card Advisory team.


Eric Grossman, CPCP, Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc.

Eric started his card career at Ernst & Young in July 07 as a Purchasing Card Program Admin, during his 8 years at EY  he also working on the Corporate Travel Card program. The corporate travel card program was IBIP with a large amount of delinquency, He worked with his manager to deploy a multifaceted risk management process to reduce delinquencies by more than 50%. He joined Regeneron Pharmaceuticals in July 15 as the Corporate Card Program Administrator, managing the entire global card program, the program consists of Travel, Purchasing, and Declining balance.  

Gina Holmes, CPCP, Senior Analyst, Aerojet Rocketdyne

Gina began her career with Aerojet Rocketdyne in 2007. During the past 11 years, she’s had an ever-increasing role in the Travel Department. Some major milestones achieved include: rollout of Travel Card program, updates to internal Travel policies and procedures, transition to a new provider for the Business Travel Account program, implementation and integration of Concur for Travel & Expense, and migration to Oracle Financial System. Overall, since Gina’s tenure, their program has seen a 125 percent increase in Travel Cardholder count and their revenue share has increased exponentially as a result of the growth. Gina has been a member of NAPCP since 2013 and she obtained her CPCP certification in 2016.

Teri J.B. Moreno, GTP, Travel Manager, Anaren, Inc.

Terri J.B. Moreno, GTP, is travel manager at Anaren, Inc. With over 15 years in the corporate travel industry, her responsibilities include Travel Card administrator, as well as travel expense auditor. Terri serves on the board of directors of the Upstate New York Chapter of the Global Business Travel Association (GBTA) and volunteers at its annual convention. Having recently achieved the designation of Global Travel Professional (GTP), Terri is also a recipient of the 2016 GBTA Chapter President’s Council Scholarship. Terri recently spoke at the 2017 NAPCP Annual Conference and is on the NAPCP Travel Advisory team.


Kelli Moore, Indirect Sourcing Analyst, Owens & Minor

Kelli Moore has been working in the credit card/AP industry since 2003. She currently manages the global credit card program for Owens & Minor, along with travel and expenses. She managed accounts from the merchant processing side before moving to the state government and corporate payment side of things. She has been with Owens & Minor since 2014 and has moved the programs forward in many ways. Kelli is an NAPCP member and sits on the Travel Advisory team.



Kyla Van Zile, Corporate Card Administrator, University of Phoenix

Kyla Van Zile joined University of Phoenix 12 years ago where she completed her bachelor’s degree in psychology in 2012 and her Master of Business Administration in 2013. During the 12 years, Kyla has worked in various departments such as finance, information technology and procurement operations. She has spent the last two years as the Corporate Card administrator.



Toni Waters, CPCP, FIS

Toni began her career with Metavante (now FIS) in 2001 in Milwaukee, WI.  She held various roles including Billing, Accounts Receivable, Collections, and Finance.  When Metavante was acquired by FIS, Toni began managing the corporate credit card program.  Over the last several years, Toni has had a number of significant accomplishments including RFP’s, implementing new card programs, decommissioning old card programs and assisting with writing/enforcing FIS’ Global Travel Policy.  She has expanded her global responsibilities for both card and expense, and has trained numerous employees on the expense reporting process.  Toni has been a member of NAPCP since 2010 and earned her CPCP credential in June 2014.  In February 2016, Toni relocated from Milwaukee to FIS’ headquarters in Jacksonville, FL. Today, Toni manages the Global Corporate Credit Card, Expense Reporting and Travel Reporting/Compliance teams.  Her teams oversee administration of approximately 15,000 corporate credit cards in 20+ countries; audits/processes 100,000+ expense reports per year crossing 40+ countries; and provides Travel Reporting to Executive Management.  She is proud to join the NAPCP Travel Advisory Team.

Continuing Education Credit

Viewing of this presentation will earn 0.25 points toward CPCP initial eligibility, re-certification.

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