Eveline Dang isn’t wasting time making her mark in the cannabis industry. Approximately one year after graduating Babson College with honors in 2013, Dang co-founded Paybotic, a Florida-based business that provides payment solutions for cannabis companies and other high-risk industries. Dang currently serves as the CEO of Paybotic, but she is also the co-founder of another cannabis-facing business, the accounting and human resource provider, Accountabis Advisors.
Dang was recently recognized for her hard work at the 20th annual Enterprising Women of the Year Awards Celebration & Conference, a celebration of the world’s top female entrepreneurs. She won the top award for a business with annual revenue between $25 million and $100 million.
“Inclusion starts by making a place at the table for more female entrepreneurs and executive leaders,” Dang said in a press release following the awards conference. “I am honored to receive the ‘Enterprising Women of the Year Award 2022’ and serve as an example of what is possible for women pursuing careers in finance and technology.”
Dang co-founded Paybotic with her partner and Babson College alumni Max Miller, who currently works as the company’s president. Dang, who is originally from Vietnam, has studied executive management strategies extensively, even traveling abroad to developing nations to observe the payment industry’s stages of growth firsthand.