Terese Campbell knows how to leverage technology to make the mortgage process work better. Her goal: helping lenders solve some of their biggest challenges, which revolve around being compliant while reducing costs and driving quality.
She’s done that in her role as senior vice president of operational excellence at LoanLogics, where she’s been instrumental in the tremendous growth of its platform-based managed services. Revenue from the platform more than doubled between 2014 and 2016 — a period when the company was recognized as one of the fastest-growing technology companies in Deloitte’s Fast Technology 500 list with three-year revenue growth of 291%.
Clients like Campbell’s diverse background, which includes more than 20 years at a major financial services corporation where she most recently served as vice president of credit and operational risk, a role in which she tapped technology to make sweeping improvements in originations and operations.
Her abilities to automate and improve loan quality have been invaluable to LoanLogics’ clients, whom she helps to get the highest and best use from LoanLogics’ technology.
A cancer survivor, Campbell also gives back to the community via the Hope Gala Committee of the South Jersey American Cancer Society. She’s also a strong advocate of equal opportunities for women in the workplace and has mentored women seeking to transition from homemaking into the workforce.
Campbell has leveraged her interest in technology and abilities to identify improvements to become a trusted adviser to lenders seeking a safer, more efficient and higher quality loan process.