2020 HW Woman of Influence: Tawn Kelley

Taylor Morrison Home Funding, President

Tawn Kelley

As president of Taylor Morrison Home Funding, Tawn Kelley is an absolute powerhouse.

In addition to leading Taylor Morrison’s financial services suite companies, Kelley is the chairman of the company’s joint venture business, Mortgage Funding Direct Ventures, that partners with Mattamy Homes and Neal Communities. Kelley also serves as an executive leadership member, an enterprise risk management committee member and customer experience committee chairman for Taylor Morrison. She is an active member of the MBA, Leading Builders Executive Mortgage Council, RESPRO and is a new member of RESBOG. As a leader, Kelley puts the well-being of her employees and client base first while recognizing the social responsibility of providing homebuyers with their best interests first and foremost. Kelley is fiercely passionate about exceeding expectations, finding the willingness to shift (Kelley’s favorite word), and pushing the company forward with new technology and ideas to achieve excellence. That same forward-looking vision created ARO, Able Ready Own, a free-of-charge qualification improvement department for customers to better position families for home purchase. In the workplace Kelley has created a nurturing, inclusive and rewarding environment where employees are valued, ideas are encouraged and respected in order to strengthen involvement.

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