Emily Rollins is a versatile business leader bringing 30 years of accounting and auditing experience to the Dwolla board.
Dwolla, a fintech providing sophisticated account to account payment solutions for innovative businesses, announces the addition of Emily Rollins to the company’s board of directors. Rollins brings more than 30 years of experience from the finance industry to Dwolla’s board, alongside expertise in driving high-level growth and expansion.
Before retiring in the fall of 2020, Rollins was an audit and assurance partner at Deloitte & Touche LLP where she consulted with technology and life sciences companies, guiding hundreds of clients through complex audit and reporting processes. Rollins led firm-wide initiatives to recruit, develop and retain women and diverse professionals, as well as modernizing Deloitte’s audit platform.
“What I love about Dwolla is that since its inception, Dwolla has been driven by its mission to fuel innovation in the payment industry,” Rollins says. “I truly believe Dwolla is going to fundamentally reshape how businesses move money. As an active board member, I look forward to using my experiences to help further that vision and become a trusted advisor for Dwolla’s continued development.”
In addition to her experience at Deloitte, Rollins is a public board member for Dolby Laboratories, McAfee, Xometry and Science 37 as well as several non-profit entities, like the Austin Healthcare Council, Great Austin Black Chamber of Commerce and the Austin Chapter of Ascend.
“Emily brings a specific type of knowledge that will be valuable to future growth and expansion initiatives at Dwolla,” says Brady Harris, CEO of Dwolla. “Not only does Emily align perfectly with Dwolla’s vision, mission and values, her expertise in the finance and payments industries translates perfectly to our growth efforts. As Dwolla rapidly scales and grows, adding Emily to our board is a big win for the future of this company.”
Dwolla, Inc. is a fintech company helping innovative organizations digitally transform their payments. Dwolla’s robust platform and low-code API simplifies the complex process of integrating with the various payment networks. Since 2016, businesses have white-labeled Dwolla’s modern payment technology to program payments in real time, the same day or to a debit card. Today, the most innovative companies are programming their payments with Dwolla—or they should be.