Monitor Announces New Members of 2021 Monitor Editorial Board
DEC 15, 2020 - 6:49 am
Monitor, the leading source of information for the equipment finance industry, announced the members of its 2021 Editorial Board. Ten new members will join the board and four members will continue from Monitor’s inaugural editorial board.
Inaugural members continuing to serve on the board for 2021 include:
Vincent Belcastro, Group Head, Syndications, Element Fleet Management
Deborah Reuben, CLFP, CEO & Founder, TomorrowZone
Michelle Speranza, SVP, Chief Marketing Officer, LEAF Commercial Capital, Inc.
David Wiener, Managing Director, Client Relations, The Alta Group
“Establishing Monitor’s Editorial Board in 2018 solidified our commitment to staying on the leading edge of the equipment finance industry,” Lisa Rafter, publisher of the Monitor, said. “We are so grateful for the guidance and valuable contributions provided by our board over the last two years. With their support, we have taken Monitor to the next level, creating a true multi-media platform that serves the industry.
“We are thrilled to add this diverse group of 10 industry experts who are passionate about the equipment finance industry to our Editorial Board for 2021. This forward-thinking group will help us continue to evolve our brand as the equipment finance industry continues to navigate important topics such as disruption, diversity, equity and inclusion.”
“By joining Monitor’s Editorial Board, I am hoping to listen to our industry with great intent and bring perspective to the board that will transcend into meaningful content,” Martin said. “Ultimately, through my participation, I hope to bind our leasing community a little tighter.”
“I plan to contribute not only different perspectives and experiences to the Monitor Editorial Board but insight and creative thinking to stretch our bandwidth and thoughts,” Johnson said.
“I look forward to helping Monitor further expand its focus to increase relevance in a digital economy,” Stypulkoski said. “By serving on the Editorial Board, I also hope to help leasing companies transform their businesses before they become disrupted by external impacts.”
For more information on Monitor’s 2021 Editorial Board Members, visit the recently updated Meet Our Editorial Board page.
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