CAI President Speaks in Leadership Panel at ACA International ConferencePosted Jul 16, 2019
Lisa Bloomfield offered her professional insight and experiences in a panel for women in leadership at annual ACA conference
Defiance, Ohio – July 16, 2019 – Lisa Bloomfield, president at Credit Adjustments, Inc. (CAI), was recently asked to participate in a Women in Leadership panel at the ACA International Convention & Expo in San Diego. The panel featured several women in various leadership roles who talked about their experiences and challenges in the business world. Bloomfield shared the lessons and tips she has gathered over her nearly two decades of experience.
“I loved sharing my career experiences on the ACA’s Women in Leadership panel,” Bloomfield says. “These women are the future of our industry, and it was an honor to gather with my colleagues and invest in the next generation of female leaders.”
Bloomfield has been with CAI since 2001 and has worked in all facets of the company. She oversees human resources, works with clients to ensure satisfaction and supervises CAI’s compliance functions. In her role as president, she is responsible for providing strategic leadership for the company by working with the partners and other executive management to establish long-range goals, strategies, plans and policies. Her various experiences have equipped her with a unique skillset and leadership style, which she uses to maintain her company’s success—both internally and externally.
About Credit Adjustments, Inc.
Credit Adjustments, Inc. (CAI) is a world-class leader in receivables management. Founded in 1964 and headquartered in Defiance, OH, CAI has additional call centers in Toledo, OH, and Manchester, NH. CAI employs actionable analytics with experienced personnel to provide a fully secure suite of contact management solutions in first and third-party engagements. As a faith-based corporation, CAI believes it is part of the company’s mission to invest in our communities by partnering with other organizations to help address social issues. To learn more, visit: www.credit-adjustments.com.