Awards

2019 HW Vanguard: Gregg Meyer

Evolve Mortgage Services President and Chief Operating Officer

Since becoming chief operating officer and president of Evolve Mortgage Services, Gregg Meyer has made sweeping internal changes leading to consecutive record months and a record year of growth and volume for the firm. 

Whether instituting process improvements or by empowering people at Evolve Mortgage Services, Meyer has positioned us for success and to continue helping our customers scale. 

While he is leading the internal teams, and as the team manages its rapid growth, Meyer is also constantly developing his direct reports and encouraging other managers to identify and develop potential leaders the company has at the firm in order to move others forward into a leadership role. 

Meyer recognizes the importance and value of building and improving Evolve Mortgage Services people while also balancing the rapidly growing volume of loans the company is working on in support of its clients. 

As a result, Meyer is forming a culture where people know they are valued and will be recognized for their hard work. He recognizes that the company is growing tremendously, and sees the challenges the increase creates for the company’s employees at every level. 

However, because Meyer continues to prove he is genuinely concerned and interested in seeing people succeed and grow, he is able to elicit the extra effort and performance the company and its team members need.

One of Meyer’s favorite quotes on leadership actually comes from a children’s author: “Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It’s not.” from Dr. Seuss.

What is one thing you cannot do without?

“My Team! I really believe we have the best people in the industry, and I am lucky to work with them. I learn so much from our people and they always have great attitudes and ideas which continually propel Evolve forward.”

3d rendering of a row of luxury townhouses along a street

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