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2017 Women of Influence: Piper Beveridge

Vice President of Government and Strategic Relations at Ellie Mae

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As vice president of government and strategic relations at Ellie Mae, Piper Beveridge is focused on growing and managing the relationships with Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, government agencies and other regulatory bodies that have an interest in benefiting the mortgage industry.

Beveridge has managed a number of strategic initiatives to further improve transparency and predictability through the loan process. She has played a key role in coordinating government and industry activities and initiatives with Ellie Mae strategies and products.

Beveridge designed and launched automated workflows for Fannie Mae solutions to drive efficiency and cut loan manufacturing cycle time and has developed and designed key correspondent work flows to drive efficiencies between correspondents and investors.

Before joining Ellie Mae, Beveridge spent 13 years at Fannie Mae, where she led multiple strategic initiatives. As director of strategic initiatives, her duties included leadership of several Uniform Mortgage Data Program initiatives, including spearheading the Uniform Collateral Data Portal Uniform Appraisal Dataset initiative, which standardized electronic appraisal data for all loans sold to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.

Previously, Beveridge served in senior strategy consulting roles including senior vice president and practice leader at Operon Partners and as an associate at Mercer Management Consulting. She currently serves as a trustee on the board of the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation, which supports nonprofit organizations in North Carolina. 

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