Women's Network in Electronic Transactions Takes Another Step Forward

Press Release
January 25, 2016

Women Networking in Electronic Transactions (Wnet) announced today that it has hired a new Executive Director.

Wnet has selected Lisl Moffett as Executive Director. Moffett brings more than 18 years of global nonprofit association leadership to Wnet. She is responsible for Wnet’s membership and sponsorship development, as well as all program design and delivery.

“We are excited to be able to take this significant step forward because it enables us to reach even higher levels of service to our members and increase what we give back to our sponsors. The Board of Wnet is excited about what Lisl will bring to our organization, and we are confident that she is the right person to lead us forward,” said Chris Lee, President of the Wnet Board of Directors and President of North American Strategic Partnerships and Emerging Markets for Moneris Solutions.

“I look forward to join Wnet at this exciting point in time. The leaders and members of Wnet have built a strong organization and we are positioned for a great period of growth. I am honored to serve this powerful group of leaders, and I am dedicated to increasing our ability to connect, inspire, and empower women members in payments” remarked Moffett.

Moffett’s resume includes executive planning, administration, communications, marketing and leadership development experience in the non-profit and for-profit sectors. She holds a B.A from Goucher College and earned her Certified Association Executive certification from the American Society of Association Executives in 2003. Moffett served as Executive Vice President of the Restaurant Association of Maryland’s Education Foundation and most recently served as Director of Education and Training for the Produce Marketing Association.


The Women’s Network in Electronic Transactions (W.net) is the premier professional organization for women in payments, providing personal enrichment no matter what stage members are in their career. The organization provides world-class national and regional programming, fosters networking and promotes mentoring to help members achieve greater personal success, influence and professional parity. Founded in 2005, W.net is a 501 (c) (3) non-for-profit organization serving more than 1,000 women in payments annually. For more information about national and regional events and programming, or to become a member, please visit www.wnetonline.org.