For "something else" I'm thinking the possibility of having a distinctive colour for each account.
For example, if the member was managing accounts for Jo, Sue and Bill, it might be set up so that Jo had pale green background, the goodybag icons and embellishments showing in bottle green.
Sue could then have a lemon background with dark brown goodybags and icons.
Bill could have a pale cyan background with royal blue goodybags and embellishments.
There also needs to be a strong textual clue, because not everybody is able to resolve colour differences. but for the majority who can, a prominent colour code is by far the clearest way of distinguishing accounts.
I'd say too that the colours to be used need to be chosen from carefully predefined colour pairs that ensure proper legibility. Even the professionals don't always seem to be able to get colour combinations right, which is why there are so many products in the supermarket with illegible sell by dates or instructions.