Our Leadership Team


Vice President of Client Operations

As Vice President of Client Operations at Swift, Tracy manages and develops all client-facing aspects of the account management department and the deployment of product development initiatives to the organization and Swift’s client base. She oversees employee and client training, process development/improvement, and marketing of Swift’s products and services. Tracy translates Swift’s goals and spirit into daily operations.

Tracy has over nine years of experience in payments. She began her career at Solutran, one of the largest electronic payment solutions providers in the U.S., and returned to her home state of Illinois in 2010 to join the Swift team. As an Account Manager at Swift, she managed program implementations, developed client relationships and became involved in operations as the business grew. Tracy was promoted after demonstrated success in her role as an Account Manager, and has led the Account Management teams since 2013.

Tracy graduated summa cum laude from Valparaiso University with degrees in English, Spanish and Creative Writing.

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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