2014 Better Together Get Together Leaders
David McCullough, Director of Client Relations, TranDotCom Solutions
David is an experienced executive that has held leadership positions within successful, growing companies for more than a decade. He has led organizations through extended periods of change while maintaining focus on both internal employees and external customers in order to ensure that they remain engaged and satisfied.
He has extensive experience in the technology and service sectors with particular emphasis upon the areas of strategic development, process improvement, implementation, client relationship management and market development.
Active in several business and professional organizations, David currently serves as Chairman of the Education Committee for the Online Lenders Alliance as well as an active member of their Membership Committee. Active in several nonprofit organizations, he and his family enjoy getting involved in making a difference for those in his hometown of Atlanta.
Laura Udis, Payday & Small Dollar Lending Program Manager: Deposits, Liquidity Lending and Reporting Markets, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
Laura Udis is the Payday and Small Dollar Lending Program Manager in the Markets Division at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. She is responsible for providing current information about the small dollar lenders and the consumers that use them. Prior to joining the Bureau, Ms. Udis was First Assistant Attorney General of the Consumer Credit Unit at the Colorado Attorney General’s Office and responsible for regulation, supervision, and enforcement of non-depository creditors including payday lenders, installment lenders, debt collectors, and debt management companies. Ms. Udis also was a Senior Financial Services Advocate with the Consumer Federation of America. She is an attorney and graduated from Boston University School of Law.
Richard Leurig, SVP, Innovation Development Center Technology Solutions Group, CoreLogic
Working within information technology for CoreLogic, Richard is responsible for enhancing delivery of the CoreLogic data, services, and analytics through the CoreLogic Platform roadmap. This includes an integrated mobility and engagement services approach as well as leveraging new data technologies. He is also responsible for all architecture and standards across the CoreLogic portfolio of products and technologies.
During his 20-year career in information technology he has held business leadership positions and has gained experience with a wide range of companies, including financial institutions, stock exchanges, retail merchants, card associations, EFT networks, biller/collectors and post office/post banks. In addition, he has been involved in the technology development related to obtaining several U.S. patents in payment/terminal and ATM processing.
Richard graduated with a Bachelor in Business Administration from Our Lady of the Lake University in San Antonio, TX.
Rebecca Kuehn, VP, Senior Regulatory Counsel, CoreLogic
As lead lawyer and coverage counsel for the CoreLogic credit reporting and consumer data business, she provides advice and guidance to management on a wide variety of consumer data and privacy regulatory issues.
Becki was formerly an assistant director for the of Division of Privacy and Identity Protection at the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), where she supervised investigations and policy work related to credit reporting , consumer privacy, identity theft and information security. While in this role, she was chiefly responsible for leading enforcement, policy, outreach and rulemaking activities for the FTC’s Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) program. Becki also regularly coordinated with federal financial agencies in developing, issuing and interpreting interagency rules, such as the Affiliate Marketing Rule, the Risk Based Pricing Rule, the Accuracy and Direct Dispute Rules and amendments to the Gramm-Leach Bliley Privacy Rule.
She earned her J.D. with high honors from the National Law Center at George Washington University and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Frostburg State University in Maryland.
Edward Quinn, Founder and President, The InnerWork Company
Edward is a nationally recognized public speaker and consultant, and his firm’s programs, change management projects, and corporate training and culture development approaches have been utilized by many world-class organizations.
Inner Work has pioneered a broad range of corporate meeting facilitation services. Since 1991, the InnerWork team has implemented over 2,000 highly interactive corporate meetings and conferences in the U.S., and internationally. They have also been retained by major hotels and resorts, and meeting management firms, to design and facilitate highly interactive corporate meetings for their clients seeking an increase in their ROO (return-on-objectives) and a ROI (return-on-investment) for their corporate conferences.
Lisa S. McGreevy, President and CEO, Online Lenders Alliance
For the past 5 and ½ years, Lisa McGreevy has led the growth of the Online Lenders Alliance—the association for the growing industry of companies who make and facilitate loans over the internet.
Lisa has sheparded OLA’s continuing focus on Best Practices and has guided the association to ensure that customers have the best possible consumer experience.
Lisa has a deep background in public policy and financial services having served in leadership positions with the Financial Services Roundtable, Managed Funds Association and the Conference of State Bank Supervisors.
She has extensive experience in Washington—named one of the top lobbyists and one of the "Most Powerful Women in Washington,” having worked in the White House, US Treasury Department and on Capitol Hill.
William “Bill” Cheeks, President and CEO, ABBA Associates
William “Bill” Cheeks is President of ABBA Associates Inc., a Powder Springs, GA-based fiscal management consultant firm that provides counseling and conducts seminars nationwide to help consumers map a successful Life Plan. The seminars are conducted for companies, governmental agencies and non-profit organizations. Bill is a consultant to the Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy and, in that capacity, serves as Eastern States Regional Director, assisting and advising Jump$tart state coalitions in the region.
Bill was Vice President of Consumer Education for Equifax Inc., one of the larger Financial Information Companies in the world, from 1995 to 2001. Bill joined Equifax in October 1967 in Washington, DC and held key management positions in New York, NY, Worcester, MA, Albany, NY, and West Palm Beach, FL. He was named General Manager, Atlanta Regional Office, Equifax Services in 1986, and was promoted in 1990 to Assistant Vice President of Credit Reporting for Equifax Credit Information Services, to Vice President of Human Resources in May 1990. He was named Vice President of Human Resources for Corporate Staff, Equifax Inc. in February 1991. He became Senior Vice President of Equifax Accounts Receivable Services in July 1992 and remained in that capacity until his assignment to V. P. of Consumer Education.
Mr. Cheeks is a native of Woodruff, SC, was educated at Johnson C. Smith University, Masters Management Program in Human Resources at Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, and numerous Executive Management Programs. He is married to Barbara, has one son and resides in Powder Springs, GA.