Executive Team

Lisa Hultz

Lisa was six years old when her parents started Mazon Associates. She graduated from Baylor University in 1993, earning a BBA in Entrepreneurship and Management. Lisa began her factoring career learning the operations side of the business. Lisa is president of sales and marketing. She is passionate about the factoring industry and loves to help and encourage business owners. Her greatest satisfaction is watching her clients’ businesses grow. Lisa has previously served on the executive board for the International Factoring Association.

Shelley Liegl

Shelley began working at Mazon Associates as an intern in high school and college. She graduated from Baylor University in 1995, earning a BBA in Finance & Accounting. Shelley began her factoring career by handling all of the accounting for the business and helping implement a new information system. Shelley is president of operations and finance. She has extensive knowledge and experience in accounting, information systems, credit risk, collections, and customer service. She also really enjoys solving issues and helping our client’s businesses succeed.

Helma Mazon

Helma started Mazon Associates in 1976. She is well-respected in the factoring industry. She served on the board of the Commercial Finance Association. She has been featured or quoted numerous times in various business and trade publications such as Business Strategies Quarterly, Secured Lender and Inc. Magazine. Helma instructed classes for the SBA and the Southern Dallas Development Corporation. She remains actively involved as a director of the company.

John Mazon

John helped Helma start Mazon Associates in 1976 as a financial services company to provide small businesses with immediate cash flow through accounts receivable factoring. He also managed accounts receivable loans for banks. He established the gracious and kind principles that Mazon Associates has always embraced. John remains as a director of the company.

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