November 29, 2018
Associate Director of Business Development
Vice President, Strategy
Wade is an experienced leader in digital payments and digital product managment. He has a proven record of managing strategic partnerships to accomplish breakthrough innovation. Wade enables growth of digital products in terms of revenue, user base, and overall customer delight. He has a strong technical background and is able to motivate teams to perform at high levels. Wade holds an M.B.A. from Wake Forest University.
Greg is the Vice President of Strategy at Levvel where he is responsible for leading client engagements and building relationships with customers ranging from top-10 banks to payments enablers to start-ups. With over 15 years in financial services, Greg previously spent 7 years at Bank of America, most recently leading product & business teams in the launch of Apple Pay, Android Pay, and Samsung Pay. Prior to Bank of America, Greg held a variety of financial services roles at eSpeed / Cantor Fitzgerald and Reuters. Greg holds an M.B.A. from the Darden School at the University of Virginia and a B.S. from the College of William and Mary. He currently resides in Charlotte, NC with his wife and three children.
Mary Meade is a Business Analyst Consultant at Levvel, where she works with Fortune 500 companies on strategy and execution engagements. Before working at Levvel, she spent 6 years at Bank of America working on payments business and software development teams. While at Bank of America, she led the launch of Zelle. She has a B.S. in Engineering from Virginia Tech and is a self-proclaimed payments geek. Mary resides in Charlotte, NC with her husband, two boys and French bulldog.
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