IAPP-TAWPI Announces Leadership Change

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International Accounts Payable Professionals (IAPP) and its sister organization The Association for Work Process Improvement (TAWPI) today announced that, effective June 30, TAWPI President Frank Moran will leave the organization to focus on process automation opportunities in the financial services industry.

Frank Moran has provided invaluable assistance in transforming TAWPI in recent years by taking the organization into new markets, successfully launching new products and member services, and driving the merger of TAWPI and IAPP.

International Accounts Payable Professionals (IAPP) and its sister organization The Association for Work Process Improvement (TAWPI) today announced that, effective June 30, TAWPI President Frank Moran will leave the organization to focus on process automation opportunities in the financial services industry.

Moran has served as TAWPI president for the past six years, spearheading the development of new products and services, guiding the organization through the recession, and, most recently, driving the organization’s merger with IAPP. Before joining TAWPI, Moran served in an executive position at John Hancock, during which time he was a member of the TAWPI board of directors.

“On behalf of the association’s board of directors, I would like to take this opportunity to convey my sincere appreciation of Frank’s exceptional dedication and performance as president of TAWPI,” said IAPP-TAWPI President and CEO Tom Bohn. “Frank has provided invaluable assistance in transforming TAWPI in recent years by taking the organization into new markets, successfully launching new products and member services, and driving the merger of TAWPI and IAPP.”

“The last six years has been a tremendous experience for me,” Moran said. “I truly appreciate the opportunity to have worked with an exceptional staff and dedicated and caring volunteers. I have grown professionally more during this time than at any other in my career. I am confident that the recent merger with IAPP will help to form an even stronger and more viable organization.”

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