The Future of Work:
Managing Money for Inclusive Growth
This event has been postponed due to Covid-19.
New event date TBA
at the offices of MasterCard NYC Technology Hub
114 5th Ave, New York, NY 10011
Work is changing. Long-term jobs with benefits are becoming less common; the gig economy is growing. This contributes to greater income inequality and reduced social mobility, which feeds social, economic, and political instability. Which no one wants. Business leaders and entrepreneurs see this; companies large and small are building solutions; mobile and prepaid provide platforms for delivery. What are solutions, how can they help, and will they work?
Join NYPAY at Mastercard’s Technology Hub to learn and discuss this ever more important topic.
And thanks to event host:
David True is the Managing Director of Broadly Curious Advisors, which consults on payments, loyalty and rewards, and mobile delivery channels. He has over 25 years of experience in all aspects of payments and has worked in senior roles at American Express, MasterCard, and a European VC firm in addition to his roles. David writes widely on payments and mobile commerce, advises buy-side money managers on payments issues, works with multiple startups, and speaks frequently at industry events. David has a BA in English Literature and Composition from Binghamton University and an MBA from University of Chicago Booth School of Business.
Senior Vice President Product Management, Prepaid, Mastercard
Founder & CEO, Catch
Kristen is the Founder & CEO at Catch, a Y Combinator-backed startup combining savings, investment, and insurance for those without access to employer benefits. Early in her career, Kristen worked with Commonwealth to design and scale innovative savings products that now serve more than 80 million consumers. Kristen also helped launch one of the first student loan repayment SaaS benefits platforms. Kristen has lived on four continents and has a Masters in International Business from Hult and Bachelors in Mathematics and Economics from Pepperdine University.
Executive Director, IDG Benefits Fund
Andrew Greenblatt is the Founder and President of IDG Benefits Fund, a non-profit dedicated to helping independent workers get access to benefits most employees take for granted. IDG Benefits Fund provides vision and telemedicine benefits to 43,000 black car drivers (Uber, Lyft, etc.) across New York paid for with a surcharge on every ride. This program is set to expand to include dental, mental health, and urgent care in the summer of 2020.
Prior to IDG Benefits Fund, Andrew was the Co-Founder and President of BeneStream, a company that helps low-income workers get access to Medicaid and Food Stamps while saving their employers money on health care expenses. Earlier in his career Andrew founded Pride Diamonds, LLC, a socially responsible diamond mining company operating in Sierra Leone.
Andrew is a cum laude graduate of Harvard Law School and graduated from SUNY Albany with a B.A in Political Science.
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