Our Leadership Team


Vice President of Business Development

Lily joined the sales group at Swift in 2007. Today, she serves as Swift’s Vice President of Business Development, responsible for the organization’s overall reseller and B2B client relationships. Lily educates and trains Swift’s reseller partners on the prepaid industry, Swift’s product set and sales strategy. She leads internal teams to drive growth of the existing client base, and continually breaks down barriers of traditional B2B interactions.

Lily brought with her to Swift many years of rebate and promotions experience. She began her career with Continental Promotions Group, the largest rebate promotions company in the world at the time, serving in various customer and client-facing roles. Lily was promoted to a management role and led teams working with some of the largest companies in the world including Costco, Dell and Motorola. 

Global Thinking

  • Privacy, Security and You

    “Just because someone else isn’t doing it, doesn’t mean we shouldn’t.”
    Privacy, Security and Swift

    It feels like reports of security breaches are constantly populating the news every day—with new sets of consumer credit card numbers being compromised and

Powerful Innovations


    The latest advancement in payment technology is already at your fingertips—and next month, mobile wallet integration arrives at Swift. Your program participants will have the ability to add any of their USD prepaid Mastercard® or Visa® cards to their Apple Pay®

Influential Discoveries

Prepaid Cards Can Lower Blood Pressure

Recent research from the world of health and wellness champions the use of incentives to motivate individuals. In a study conducted by Higi, a leading health company, 159,000 participants with hypertension were challenged to reduce their blood pressure. Prepaid cards were used as the incentive to change lifestyle and engage in healthier behaviors.

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