Despite the importance of human services and other nonprofits to employees and those they serve, many nonprofit workers do not earn a living wage. In an article in the Stanford Social Innovation Review, CV President and CEO Jeremy Kohomban and Assistant Vice President David Collins argue that the social services More Info
Ms. Loscher is the business financial officer of the U.S. Markets for MasterCard. In this role, she has responsiblity for all aspects of financial management, inlcuding financial planning and analysis, business and strategic planning, internal accounting and reporting, customer deals and business administration functions. She reports directly to both the chief financial officer and the president of U.S. Markets.
Previously, Loscher held a position as group head, assistant corporate controller. As assistant controller, she was primarily responsible for external financial reporting, technical accounting and policies and review of customer business agreements. Earlier, she held a position as vice president, financial reporting. In these roles she was a key particpant in the Europay acquisition/integration, the MasterCard conversion to a private share company and the transition to becoming a publicly traded company.
Before joining MasterCard in January 2001, Loscher was a top rated manager at Deloitte & Trouche where she was responsible for leading audits on both public and private clients in the banking and investment management sectors.
Loscher earned both her BBA in Accounting and her MBA from Pace University. She is a Certified Public Accountant in the state of New York.