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2020 HW Woman of Influence: Christina Jenkins

Sandler Law Group, Partner; Asurity, Senior Vice President of Client Development

Christina Jenkins

Elevating from a mortgage file clerk to law partner, Christina Jenkins has always dedicated her career to the mortgage industry.

She quickly learned to counsel clients, gaining mutual respect between client partners and colleagues. Jenkins’ career began in 1996 as she progressed through law school. During this time she gained a passion for servant leadership. Jenkins served more than 15 years in private practice as mortgage banking compliance counsel nationwide and overseer of Texas document preparation. Today, as partner at Sandler Law Group Jenkins advises law firm clients through a broad range of mortgage banking compliance issues. She is a lead advocate in coordinating internal resources for the preparation and delivery of best-in-class, client-centric product solutions and in transforming existing client relationships into deeper and more rewarding client partnerships. In January of 2020, Jenkins was peer nominated, and accepted, into induction as a Fellow of the American Bar Foundation – an honor limited to 1% of lawyers licensed to practice in each jurisdiction. Jenkins also serves on the Council of the American Bar Association Real Property Trusts and Estates Section, the Texas State Bar REPTL Council and has handled several pro bono matters through the Dallas Volunteer Attorneys Program.

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