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Michael Lenihan has compiled almost forty years of global treasury management experience throughout his career in New York and Boston. Beginning in retail branch banking with Chemical Bank, Michael moved into corporate cash management with Citibank and later into CM sales with Bankers Trust Company covering correspondent banks and numerous corporate industry verticals and geographic markets in North America. After 21 years in New York City, he relocated to Boston to start State Street’s Global Treasury Management Division where he built a small support unit into a $100 million revenue producing division. He is a frequent speaker at industry conferences, both nationally and regionally, and has published numerous industry articles related to financial services.
Michael is a long-standing director of the New England Association for Financial Professionals, where he was Secretary, Treasurer, and Vice President until 2018. From 1994 to 2002, Michael was a board member and Chairman of NEACH, the New England Automated Clearing House Association which provides a broad array of regulatory support and payments education to over 800 financial institution members. He earned a BS in Business Administration and Marketing from Long Island University and completed an Executive Management program at Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government. Michael is also an avid landscape oil painter and has had numerous shows in Boston and throughout the New England region.
Kevin Ketels has more than twenty years of experience in marketing agency management, corporate marketing and communications. This includes marketing management roles at Dell Financial Services, State Street Corp and his own agency.
Kevin has worked in finance, health care, technology, manufacturing, education, government and consumer sectors. He is a regular speaker at national conferences and workshops on topics including marketing, business development and social media strategies.
Kevin is also an Adjunct Professor of Marketing at Wayne State University, Michigan’s only urban public research university, located in downtown Detroit. He has taught a wide range of classes in the Mike Ilitch School of Business including Strategic Marketing (in the MBA program), Marketing Management, Advertising, Media Buying and Public Relations.
Kevin has a BA from Michigan State University and MS from Boston University.
Steven Kass has enjoyed a thirty year career on Wall Street, specializing in the alignment and re-engineering (people, process and technology) of organizational strategy and process. He has extensive experience interacting with all organizational levels (from C-suite/Board to line personnel) developing, driving and implementing corporate strategic solutions across all areas of business and functional areas. Steven has held positions at both corporate and group levels, driving global organizational transformations involving both organic and inorganic solutions.
As a management consultant, Steven advises corporations and businesses across various industry sectors in all aspects of the Business Transformation Life Cycle: strategic planning, business/organizational modeling, roadmap development, global program management/implementation and sustainability.
Prior to consulting, Steven was with MF Global, a global agency-based broker providing execution and clearing services for exchange-traded derivatives, OTC derivatives and securities in the cash markets. He was a member of a Board appointed management team, selected to address the firm’s highly publicized organizational weaknesses. Throughout his 3½ years with MF Global, Steven built and directed the Corporate Program Office where he was responsible for the firm’s global corporate strategy, M&A activity and strategic implementation efforts.
Previously, Steven spent over 20 years managing product, operations and technology for Investment Technology Group (ITG), The Bank of New York, Lehman Brothers and Bankers Trust. Steven began his career as an internal auditor for Georgia Pacific Corporation, auditing distribution centers, paper mills and chemical mills.
Steven received his B.S. in Accounting from the State University of New York at Binghamton, and his M.B.A. degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he has served on the UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School’s Alumni Advisory Council. Steven also serves on a Board sub-committee of the Holocaust Memorial & Tolerance Center of Nassau County and has been a personal tax lecturer and volunteer for the IRS’ Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program.
Heather Bridges Campbell
A nineteen year veteran of technology marketing, Heather is a passionate problem solver with experience driving customer acquisition and retention programs. She believes that while business to business marketing has its unique idiosyncrasies, people buy from people - a concept known as human to human marketing.
Most recently, Heather was director of marketing at a global software company providing online treasury management solutions to financial institutions of all sizes. In this role, Heather successfully directed and executed all the marketing and communications strategies for more than five acquisitions of competitors and adjacent products. She was also responsible for all marketing programs aimed at financial institutions including demand generation, trade shows, conferences, analyst relations and content development.
Heather earned her BA from Gettysburg College and her MBA from the University of New Hampshire.
Michael Anderson has thirty years of experience leading bank treasury management programs for business and commercial banking. He excels with developing and driving strategic growth plans that exceed industry benchmarks and a passion for programs that drive customer satisfaction, resulting in higher client retention rates and wallet share.
Mike has a deep grasp of all aspects of the TM business and has diverse experiences with assignments including top leadership, sales, customer service, product development, product management, project management and risk management. He has domestic and international experiences with Mellon Bank, The Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi UFJ, and Huntington Bank. Recent consulting engagements include risk management policies, client onboarding improvements, and sales staff models. He is currently developing enhanced business models for “Easier Banking” and third party processing strategies.
He is a Permanently Certified Cash Manager and a member of the Association of Financial Professionals; the Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists; and the Third Party Payment Processors Association. He holds a BS in Economics from Allegheny College and an MBA from the Katz School of Business at the University of Pittsburgh.