Chargebacks911® COO Interviewed by PCR MagazineMonica Eaton-Cardone Calls for Gender Parity in the Tech Space

July 12, 2022 | 2 min read

Chargebacks911® COO Interviewed by PCR Magazine

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Monica is an outspoken proponent of business ethics and gender parity in the fintech sphere. She has also won several community outreach awards and is the founder and chief executive of educational outreach program Paid for Grades. Thus, it makes sense that PCR would ask Monica to share her experiences as a female executive in the fintech ecosystem.

Chargebacks911 COO and Co-Founder Monica Eaton-Cardone was recently asked to share her insight on gender parity in the fintech industry during an interview with PCR Magazine.

PCR is a respected voice and valued source of news, data, analysis, and opinion throughout the industry. The magazine is complemented by a digital edition, a constantly updated website, a suite of email services, and events. In all its forms, it is among the most read, respected, and influential trade media brands in the business.

Monica is an outspoken proponent of business ethics and gender parity in the fintech sphere. She has also won several community outreach awards and is the founder and chief executive of educational outreach program Paid for Grades. Thus, it makes sense that PCR would ask Monica to share her experiences as a female executive in the fintech ecosystem.

“Being a female in a male-dominated industry has motivated me to raise the bar— personally and professionally,” she said. “I quickly learned the value of humility and prioritized my mission: turn underestimation into my secret weapon. I worked hard, developed a thick skin, and maintained professionalism.

Monica went on to explain why being underestimated because of one’s gender is not only unethical and unfair. It also hurts the industry at large by slowing the pace of innovation.

“Over the last year,” she stated. “Chargebacks911 and Fi911 partnered with real-time data company Findexable to launch the world’s first global platform that measures the role women play in the fintech industry. The Fintech Diversity Radar will identify measurable steps to improve diversity in the sector and support the growth of the digital economy.”

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