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2020 HW Woman of Influence: Lynn Riedel

WFG National Title Insurance, Executive Vice President, President, Chief Operating Officer of NTC Washington

Lynn Riedel

Lynn Riedel brings more than 43 years of title and escrow experience to WFG National Title Insurance, most recently as the president and chief operating officer of the Washington division.

She also leads the NTS division, WFG’s centralized title processing entity, and was a prominent figure in helping WFG earn a net promoter score of 77. Riedel was a founding architect of WFG’s growth strategy, actively assisting the company to expand its national footprint, market share and the build-out of the entire WFG National Title Services platform. As a proactive leader, Riedel believes in open-door management, and trusts her people to use their own good judgment by creating environments where it is acceptable to make mistakes. Outside of the office, Riedel gives back to her community by helping to raise funds for the Boy Scouts of America and United Way. Riedel has also been an active board member on the Women’s Council of Realtors, Puget Sound Mortgage Bankers Association, Escrow Association of Washington, Chamber of Commerce and the Washington Land Title Association. As a licensed instructor for the state of Washington, she taught practices in real estate classes at the local community college and continuing education courses for licensed Realtors and loan processing officers.

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