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HousingWire's Influential Women of Housing 2012 special section focuses on 30 women leaders helping to shape the housing sector.
Some are household names. Others may fly a bit more under the radar but are very influential in their day-to-day work to effect positive change in the housing economy.
Their experience spans a wide spectrum, from housing policy on the steps of Capitol Hill to running large nonprofits. They include lenders, mortgage servicers, housing analysts and technology gurus.
Below, in no particular order, are the 30 women who made this year's list. All nominations were submitted by HousingWire readers. To see our stories on each finalist, please see our online September flip book. Found here.
Eileen Fitzgerald, NeighborWorks America
Carol Galante, Federal Housing Administration
Colleen Hernandez, Homeownership Preservation Foundation
Alberta Hultman, USFN
Laurie Maggiano, U.S. Treasury Department
Desirée Patno, National Association of Women REO Brokers
Faith Schwartz, Hope Now
Sarah Rosen Wartell, Urban Institute
Karen Glasgow, Field Asset Services
JK Huey, Wells Fargo Home Mortgage
Shelley Leonard, Lender Processing Services
Leslie Peeler, Fannie Mae
Susan Reid, McCalla Raymer
Hattie Sharp, Bank of America Home Loans
Susan Allon, AllonHill
Donna Corley, Freddie Mac
Laurie Goodman, Amherst Securities
Marianne Sullivan, Fannie Mae
Karen Weaver, Seer Capital
Nancy Alley, Xerox Mortgage Services
Nectar Kalajian, Skyline Home Loans
Erin Lantz, Zillow
Sharon Matthews, eLynx
Smritri Popenoe, PHH Corp.
Marianne Cusato, Marianne Cusato LLC
Arlene Hyde, CoreLogic
Kathryn Korte, Sotheby's
Pam McKissick, Williams, Williams & McKissick Cos.
Jennifer Miller, a la mode
Ivy Zelman, Zelman & Associates