Monitor Livestream — Embracing AI as a Catalyst for Unlocking Your Potential   Monitor Conference Series

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Embracing AI as a Catalyst for Unlocking Your Potential

Are you eager to unlock the potential of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in your business but find yourself held back by doubts and fears? Do you need help to separate AI hype from practical application? If so, we invite you to join us for an engaging and transformative Livestream that explores ways to equip you with the practical knowledge and confidence to apply AI capabilities in your company.

After the immense success and thought-provoking discussions at Monitor’s Converge event, we are thrilled to continue this fascinating conversation in our upcoming Livestream. Together, we will dive into the pressing topics that emerged at Converge, address the fear of AI head-on and discover how to leverage AI as a catalyst for productivity, creativity, and growth.

Ready to revolutionize your equipment finance business with AI but need help figuring out where to start? Join our engaging webinar, conquer your fears, and see new ways to apply AI capabilities to your company!

Key Topics:

  • Overcoming AI Fears and Addressing Employee Concerns
  • Redefining Work with AI
  • Unlocking Creativity
  • Getting Started


Deborah Reuben, CLFP

Founder and CEO of TomorrowZone

Deborah “Deb” Reuben, CLFP, DES, is CEO and founder of TomorrowZone, a technology strategy consultancy inspiring fresh ideas and collaborations to shape the future of business. She encourages new thinking to explore the art of the possible through her extensive technical knowledge, equipment finance experience and passion for challenging the status quo. Her expertise will enhance and broaden your company’s products and services and create efficiencies that will produce a competitive advantage for your company. Her view on digital transformation and future-readiness is radically different with more than two decades of innovating, speaking and most importantly, real-life, in-the-trenches innovation experience in finance and software industries. Reuben appreciates and shares with clients and audiences that digital transformation is less about the digital and more about the people. When it comes to thinking about technology, innovation and the future, you can choose to act today to shape your future. The best investment you can make is investing in what’s between your ears by taking ownership of your personal growth. Everyone, regardless of role, must stay on top of technology and trends to stay ahead of tomorrow.

What surprises most clients is her ability to combine big company thinking and entrepreneurial ideas to create marketplace success. Reuben’s clients and audiences include companies like PNC, Wells Fargo, DLL Group, Huntington (TCF Bank), Dell, Mitsubishi UFG, Caterpillar and Key Equipment Finance.
She currently serves on the CLFP Foundation Board of Directors and authored The Certified Lease and Finance Professionals’ Handbook, 6th – 9th editions. She served on ELFA’s Board of Directors and is the founder and chair of the ELFA Innovation Advisory Council. In partnership with ELFA, she and her team moderate quarterly industry innovation roundtables for the ELFA to bring forward-thinking insights and fresh ideas to ELFA Members.

Reuben also served on the Monitor Editorial Advisory Board and co-founded the Disrupted+ innovation conference series with Monitor. She is the recipient of both the CLFP Foundation Cindy Spurdle Award of Excellence and the ELFA Michael J. Fleming Distinguished Service Award. Monitor Magazine honored her as one of the 50 Most Powerful Women Leaders in Equipment Finance, named TomorrowZone one of the most innovative companies in the equipment finance ecosystem and honored her as an Industry Disruptor Icon. Learn more at


Tina Cartwright
SVP, Transformation Strategic Executive, US Bank

Tina Cartwright is a senior vice president of U.S. Bank and leads the sales, credit and servicing center of excellence, which is responsible for executing on Salesforce, nCino and supporting product innovation and transformation activities. She began her career as an underwriter in January of 1997 with Lyon Financial, a small ticket leasing company. Lyon Financial was later acquired by U.S. Bank in September 2000.

Throughout her career, Cartwright has held a variety of positions within the organization working for both the equipment finance lines of business, as well as the technology and operations teams before expanding her role to support all the commercial businesses. Her responsibilities have included credit analyst, credit manager, business system analyst, project manager and director of information technology and operations for equipment finance leading the implementation of large complex IT initiatives, vendor management and professional development programs.

Following her first year of college at the University of Minnesota, Cartwright transferred to Southwest Minnesota State University in Marshall, MN where she earned a bachelor of science degree in business management and accounting. Cartwright has also completed U.S. bank’s leadership excellence executive development program, the high potential leadership program at Harvard University in Boston, MA and was recognized by the Cannata Report for being a Women Influencer in 2016, was one of the Monitor’s 50 Most Powerful Women in Leasing in 2019 and received an SMSU Alumni Achievement Award in 2020. In 2023, her team was awarded the financial services impact award for innovation.

Cartwright is currently a member of the ELFA’s technology and innovation committee, a member of the SMSU Foundation board and women leadership conference subcommittee and a member of the University of Portland operation and technology management advisory board. She supports the local Children’s Cancer Association and has also been active with the local Toastmasters Club, Big Brothers and Big Sisters of South Dakota and the American Heart Association.


Camtu Vo
Manager of Product Development, DLL

Camtu Vo, manager of product development for DLL’s food and agriculture global business unit is responsible for the alignment of projects and products with digital strategies from product development through market delivery and adoption.

Before joining DLL more than six years ago, Vo worked in the insurance industry. Vo started at DLL in one of the company’s first customer engagement hubs located in Dallas. Here, Vo built a strong focus on customer experience and driving ease of business through digital transformation.

Vomajored in Art History from New York University and received her MBA from the University of North Texas. Vo currently serves on the ELFA Emerging Talent Advisory Council (ETAC). She enjoys traveling, hiking, yoga and performs locally with her dance company throughout the year.