Twenty women have been recognized for outstanding leadership and achievement in digital commerce, including Apple’s Jennifer Bailey, vice president, Internet Services, Apple Pay.

These executives were selected by the Digital Commerce Alliance (DCA), the global non-profit trade association, for their innovative approaches advancing their organizations and the industry. DCA members include Microsoft, Mastercard, Discover, FIS, Bank of America, Transunion and Rakuten, among others, in 20 countries and on four continents. DCA is the parent of the CardLinx Forum (formerly the CardLinx Association) founded in 2014. CardLinx is now a division of the Digital Commerce Alliance.

“We’re pleased to announce 2021’s list of women leaders excelling in retailing, fintech, digital advertising, mobile payments, banking, card-linked offers and loyalty,” said Silvio Tavares, DCA president and CEO. “Companies in the digital commerce industry have adapted and innovated in a changing world. Now more than ever, women executives are leading the charge.”

This is the third year women leaders in the digital commerce industry have been honored by DCA/CardLinx.

Article provided with permission from AppleWorld.Today