Wilson became Income Access general manager in October, 2017, having previously served as a vice president of operations for payment processing (Canada and UK) at Paysafe Group from 2015 to 2017.
In the year since, Wilson has helped the company, which provides marketing technology and services for the global online gaming and forex industries, maintain its focus on emerging markets and business opportunities within key sectors.
Wilson said of the award win: “An honour like this is very special to me and is made even more so given the inspirational company in which I’ve been included. I’m also proud to be part of an organisation that values diversity and inclusion and supports female leaders of both the present and future through measurable actions.”
Lorenzo Pellegrino, CEO, Skrill, Neteller and Income Access at Paysafe Group, said: “Tara is a highly accomplished leader of people and operations and truly deserving of this award.
“She reflects the female talent in the business which we continue to nurture as part of our diversity and inclusion program, which is an ongoing strategic priority for Paysafe.”
The Silver Stevie Award continues an impressive run for Paysafe, which recently earned a coveted Pink Chip Employer award in Europe as well as 2018 Parity Certification by the Women in Governance.