Rebecca Kaufman
Rebecca Kaufman

Rebecca Kaufman

Digital Communications

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Rebecca Kaufman is a Program Manager on MasterCard’s Worldwide Communications team. Kaufman focuses on MasterCard’s social and digital media efforts.

She joined MasterCard in 2012 after graduating with honors from Boston University's College of Communication. She has held several roles managing MasterCard's social and digital media platforms.

Kaufman was named a PRNews Rising PR Star 30 & Under in 2014 and her work with reverse mentoring was featured in several global publications including the Wall Street Journal, Le Monde and Weekend Sunrise.

You can follow her cashless journey @MasterCardBecca.

Email: rebecca_kaufman@mastercard.com
Phone: +1-914-249-5118

Recent Posts

In the fourth annual Mobile Payments Study, MasterCard and PRIME Research surveyed social conversations to identify global insights and trends around new ways to pay. For more information please read our full press release here.

Digital Payments Extend Beyond the Phone as Use of Connected Devices Grows To tweet this news, copy and paste (http://news.mstr.cd/1Q6rMpm) to your Twitter handle with the hashtags #WhatsNext and #MWC16 PURCHASE, NY – February 21, 2016 – In 2015, consumers embraced the increasing choice of digital payments options available to them, moving beyond the simple …
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Men’s lifestyle magazine DETAILS launched an e-commerce site to connect readers with products featured in each issue. Powered by ShopThis! with MasterPass, this new functionality enables a seamless shopping experience. Readers will discover and purchase merchandise without ever leaving the page itself. “The Shop by Details will bring together our how-to advice and features and …
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  Girls4Tech is a signature education program that showcases MasterCard’s payment technology and engages our employees as role models and mentors. This hands-on, inquiry-based program connects the foundations of our business to science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) principles and shows young school girls that it takes all kinds of interests and skills to pursue …
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Just for being a MasterCard cardholder, Jessie was surprised with World Series tickets. Little did she know, this was only the beginning. A lifelong Kansas City Royals fan, Jessie was given a behind the scenes tour of Kauffman Stadium and met Royals legend George Brett. In turn, Jessie was able to bring her grandmother to …
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MasterCard has been surprising Major League Baseball fans all season with Priceless Surprises. And with the recent launch of Apple Pay, MasterCard worked closely with Major League Baseball Advanced Media to enable the new payment technology to be used in both the Kansas City Royals and San Francisco Giants Stadiums – just in time for the …
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As students go back to school, graduates are headed to work. MasterCard is proud to welcome its latest class of University Hires. 92 recent graduates were recruited from around the world to make their mark on MasterCard. This class joins the ranks of four previous classes of university hires all contributing to the growing millennial …
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How will credit continue to transform given ongoing advances in technology and increased concerns about privacy and information security? This was the question posed to MasterCard’s Chief Franchise Officer, Tim Murphy, by the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business. As part of the school’s recently launched series, “60 Seconds in the C-Suite”, Murphy explained …
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