NEACH Announces Ray Graber as New Senior Vice President, Member Engagement
BURLINGTON, MA, August 13, 2018 – The New England Automated Clearing House (NEACH) today announced that Ray Graber, former President & Founder of Graber Associates, has joined the company as the Senior Vice President of Member Engagement.
He will have oversight of the Association’s membership engagement strategy and will help the Association better serve its members’ payments business. This will be accomplished through a deep analysis of members needs now and for the future.
“Ray brings breadth of expertise to NEACH, including a thorough understanding of banking, technology, and finance. He built a successful business by fostering relationships and by using his experience and business acumen,” said Sean Carter, NEACH President & CEO. “He is a well-respected leader in the industry and his diverse background will be an asset to NEACH. We are very excited to welcome Ray and look forward to his creative approaches for engaging our membership and other key partners in working to advance NEACH’s mission.”
His business experience includes financial services research and consulting at TowerGroup; Internet policies and procedures at FleetBoston; wire transfer operations and product launches at Citibank and BankBoston, and treasury operations for a $325 million public company.
Ray was an adjunct professor at the Carroll Graduate School of Management at Boston College where he taught: The Financial Management of Commercial Banks, E-Banking, the MBA Leadership Course, and Corporate Finance as well as Working Capital Management and Cash Management at the Bentley College Graduate Business Program. Ray holds a Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics and an MBA in Finance and Computer Science from Boston College.
NEACH is a non-profit trade association with more than 45 years of experience helping members originate and receive ACH transactions. NEACH provides products, services, education, and marketing to its member institutions and other New England entities to increase the acceptance, use, and quality of electronic transactions. To learn more, visit www.neach.org.