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Olabisi Boyle Vice President of Visa’s Internet of Things (IoT) program at Visa

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Olabisi Boyle is Vice President of Visa’s Internet of Things (IoT) program, overseeing activities across IoT verticals including cities, automotive, home, and retail. She is responsible for commercializing connected payment solutions featuring cutting-edge payment technology, identifying strategic partnerships, and managing the cross-functional team to bring these new payment experiences to fruition.

Prior to joining Visa, Olabisi worked at Chrysler Automotive for 12 years. Most recently serving as the director for engineering, planning and technical cost reduction at Fiat Chrysler. Her responsibilities included managing the engineering research and development budget, resource planning, and optimizing technical cost savings across all Chrysler platforms. Olabisi also served as the chief engineer for the 2011 MY Chrysler Town and Country and Dodge Grand Caravan Minivans. The 2011 Chrysler Town & Country went on to win the 2011 JD Power Award for Best Initial Quality in the minivan segment.

Prior to joining Chrysler, Olabisi worked at Ford Motor Company in various engineering and manufacturing positions.

Olabisi has achieved numerous awards, honors, and accomplishments, including election as co-chair and board member of the Chrysler African American Network and board member of the Detroit-area Pre-College Engineering Program (DAPCEP). She was the recipient of the 2018 Women in Payments Innovation Award and is currently an Advisory Board Member for the Los Angeles Auto Show (AutoMobility LA).

Olabisi holds a Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Columbia University. She also has a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering from Columbia University and a Bachelor of Science in Physics from Fordham University.


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