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2020 HW Woman of Influence: Patty Arvielo

New American Funding President and Cofounder

Patty Arvielo is committed to empowering and teaching today’s women and minorities to be tomorrow’s mortgage leaders.

A first-generation Latina with 39 years of experience in the mortgage industry, Arvielo is a self-made leader of a company with a servicing portfolio of over 128,000 loans for $31.3 billion. Arvielo continues to influence the entire industry in terms of lending policy while rallying on behalf of the upward mobility of women and minorities in the workplace. As president and cofounder of New American Funding, Arvielo leads by example as she manages operations and sales for the company’s headquarters, 198 nationwide branches and more than 3,200 employees. Her expertise and influence extend to numerous committees within the industry, including the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals the Housing Counseling Federal Advisory Committee and the Mortgage Bankers Association Affordable Homeownership Advisory Council. Arvielo is a former member of the Fannie Mae Affordable Housing Advisory Council and Freddie Mac’s Community Lender Advisory Board and Affordable Housing Council. Outside the office, she currently serves on the National Park Foundation Board of Directors and is a member of the Executive Board of Big Brothers and Sisters Orange County.

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