Wright Express names Morin senior VP/client service operations

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Wright Express has announced that Jamie Morin has been promoted to senior vice president of client service operations, effective Jan. 1, 2007. Morin will succeed Katherine M. Greenleaf, who will retire from the company in April after serving as senior vice president since 1999. Greenleaf will remain a member of the board of directors of the company’s wholly owned subsidiary, Wright Express Financial Services Corp., through April 2007.

“Katherine Greenleaf has been a strong advocate for growing both our business and our people, and she leaves Wright Express a legacy of outstanding client operations leadership, improved overall portfolio effectiveness and high-performance results,” says Michael Dubyak, president and chief executive officer of Portland, Maine-based Wright Express. “She’s done a terrific job, and we wish her all the best.”

Morin, who has more than nine years of experience at Wright Express, has served as vice president of business initiatives management since 2005, playing a lead role in developing the company’s quarterly technical releases and in all major business and customer implementations. After joining Wright Express in 1997, Morin was promoted to vice president of customer service in 1998, and since has held a series of client operations positions with increasing responsibility. Prior to joining Wright Express, Morin served as director of marketing and customer service with Portland Glass Co.

“We look forward to seeing Jamie Morin leverage her broad experience in client operations, as well as her in-depth knowledge of both our business and our market, in directing this crucial part of our organization,” Dubyak says. “I am confident that she will provide the leadership we need to extend our record of growth and continue to provide best-in-class service and portfolio management to our customers.”

Wright Express provides payment processing and information management services to U.S. commercial and government vehicle fleets.