Sebastien Taveau has joined Envestnet| Yodlee as vice president of developer experience, the company announced today. In his new role, Taveau will focus on reinforcing the firm’s mission as a “developer-first platform,” and continue to strengthen its fintech community relationships.

Previously, Taveau was chief technologist at Zelle/Early Warning Services. Prior to that he was chief developer evangelist at Mastercard, and he worked in leadership technology positions at Validity and PayPal. He also was instrumental in delivering the first turnkey pre-certified POS solutions, the first successful mobile payment wallet, and the first mainstream consumer biometrics payment system.

“Sebastien’s blend of skills, experience and passion for the job are invaluable in our continued commitment to delivering upon our developer first vision and driving industry innovation,” said Brandon Rembe, senior vice president, products, Envestnet | Yodlee, in a statement.

Envestment | Yodlee is a data aggregation and data analytics platform for digital financial services.

Taveau also serves on the board of Black Girls Code, a nonprofit that teaches girls ages 7-17 about computer programming and technology.