D&I SERIES – Liz Pike, President of Green Rhino Recruitment | Episode 48

This is episode 48 of the Leaders in Payments podcast and is also the third episode in our special series on diversity and inclusions.    

In this series I will be talking with leaders in the payments industry (and maybe some experts from outside of the industry) about diversity and inclusion. It has been proven that a diverse workforce and diverse management team leads to increased creativity, better decision making, reduced employee turnover and increased profit – as well as many other benefits that we will be talking about. 

This special series is brought to you by the Wnet and Paysafe.

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Paysafe is a leading, global specialized payment provider. They’ve been driving innovation in and around payments for over 20 years all over the globe for both businesses and consumers. Paysafe believes Diversity and Inclusion is not just a checkbox, but rather a journey in which they are fully committed to being on around the world. Learn more at www.paysafe.com. 

I’m honored to be joined on the second episode by Liz Pike.

Liz Pike is President of Green Rhino Recruitment, with offices in Phoenix, Atlanta, Seattle and Denver. She focuses her recruitment practice in the area of payment processing and fintech, with strong understanding of the payments ecosystem, players, and technology.

Liz grew up in southern Idaho and graduated from Arizona State University. She managed Sales Recruiting at Heartland and also worked for 2 years at TSYS in Corp Recruiting. In the middle of her recruiting career, she worked at an IPSP and an ISO to get hands-on experience and understand payments.

Liz is a Board Member of Wnet and currently lives in Phoenix with her husband. 

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