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
Mark Corritori is Vice President of Global Remittances in which he is responsible for the development, delivery and management of products and solutions in the category of global remittances. Mr. Corritori is responsible for leading initiatives that engage cross-functional stakeholders globally with a priority on gaining and growing market share through new product deployments, expanding capabilities to meet market needs, and achieving competitive differentiation in Cross-Border P2P, and aligning with other key MasterCard priorities and strategies. Prior to this role, Mr. Corritori served as Director for the Global Products and Solutions (GP&S) M&A Strategy and Integration at MasterCard. In this role, he served as the central point of contact across the organization for all equity investment activity, identified and vetted new investment opportunities that supports MasterCard’s growth strategy and supports potential investment and partnership opportunities throughout the M&A lifecycle. He has also been instrumental in improving the efficiency of MasterCard’s M&A processes and assisted in the development of MasterCard’s MBA rotational program.
Prior to his current role, Mr. Corritori was a senior analyst for the Law and Franchise Integrity business at MasterCard. Mr. Corritori joined MasterCard in 2010 and has held several positions of increasing responsibilities. Before joining MasterCard, Mr. Corritori spent 3 years working for Citi as a Relationship Manager for high net-worth individuals, where he was one of their top performing bankers.
Mr. Corritori holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Telecommunications from Indiana University-Bloomington and earned his MBA in Finance and Marketing from the Hagan School of Business. Mr. Corritori also sits on the Board of the Children’s Village and the Barbara Family Foundation. He also serves as a mentor for several organizations, including American Corporate Partners and the International Telementor Program.