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Visa Appoints Chad Pollock as New General Manager for East Africa

Chad Pollock

Summary

  • Chad Pollock has been appointed by Visa as the Cluster Country Manager and Vice President for East Africa.
  • Chad’s professional background spans finance, technology, and energy industries, showcasing a diverse skill set.
  • His educational qualifications include a Bachelor’s Degree in Systems Engineering and a Master of Science in Engineering Management.

Visa has today announced the appointment of Chad Pollock as Cluster Country Manager and Vice President for East Africa.

Chad is a seasoned leader with a diverse background across the finance, technology, and energy industries. He has a Bachelor’s Degree in Systems Engineering and a Master of Science in Engineering Management. 

Before this appointment, he was the Vice President, Head of Global Client Strategy & Operations. During his tenure, he spearheaded the development of business analytics and commercial operations for Visa’s largest international clients.

Speaking on the new appointment, Senior Vice President at Visa and Head of Sub-Saharan Africa, Aida Diarra said, “We are excited to welcome Chad in his new role. We believe that his experience will help us achieve our goals of driving the digitalization of payments and financial inclusion in the region. His appointment is in line with our vision to continue to build a solid regional team by matching unique strengths and talents with critical business opportunities.”

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