As human resources manager for XRT, Stack is based in XRT’s corporate headquarters in Wayne. Willis works out of XRT’s West Coast office in San Francisco, serving as a treasury systems consultant to XRT clients. Stack brings more than six years experience in human resources to XRT. She previously worked with ICON Solutions in Conshohocken as college relations manager and manager for professional services. Stack earned a B.A. from Catholic University, Washington, D.C. and an M.B.A. from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland. She is also a certified Human Resources Professional. Willis comes to XRT from Williams-Sonoma in San Francisco. During her four years there, she managed all aspects of cash management for this $1 billion national specialty retail/direct mail merchant. Her previous experience includes a number of financial positions, including a controller position with Working Assets Management, Portsmouth, NH. Willis earned a B.A. in finance and an M.B.A from Simmons College in Boston. Willis also currently serves as president of the San Francisco Treasury Management Association.
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