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Oxman takes lead as tech transforms ETA membership

Growth of mobile payments attracts software, telecommunications and Internet companies to traditional credit card services group

July 12, 2013


Jason Oxman has a broad resume for a 40-year-old—all leading up to his current position as CEO of the $5 million-revenue Electronic Transactions Association.

That he could reach that career landmark at such a young age surprised him and his wife, Annemarie McDonald, director of human resources at the American Petroleum Institute.

“I had the goal in mind. I didn’t know that I would be able to get it by the age of 40,” Oxman told CEO Update from his 16th and L streets Northwest office.