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Loetta Arrington, senior vice president of business development at Field Asset Services, joins the Women in Default Services, or WinDS, Foundation.
WinDS is a female-focused association in the default services industry. Its foundation chapter acts as a charitable extension of the organization that provides education and counsel in affordable homeownership for women, the homeless and ex-offenders.
Arrington joined FAS back in 2002 and has 25 years of experience in the mortgage servicing and property management industries.
“Loetta’s far-reaching experience has provided tremendous value to FAS as we continue to build upon and maintain our leadership position in the mortgage field services space,” said Dale McPherson, president and CEO of FAS. “She’s an excellent addition to the WinDS Foundation board, and undoubtedly will prove to be a valuable resource for the foundation, its membership and the numerous individuals on the receiving end of the group’s charitable services.”
— Paul Dang