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2019 Rising Star: ​​​​​​​Sage Nichols

Senior Leader of Client and Business Development and Valuation Technology, CoreLogic

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When CoreLogic acquired FNC in 2016, Sage Nichols joined the company as its vice president of sales and became a valuable team member at CoreLogic. 

While in this position, Nichols was instrumental in strategizing and success- fully merging the two sales team into a single division – one from CoreLogic’s acquisition of FNC in 2016 and another from its acquisition of Mercury in 2017. Nichols developed a vision for the new line. Since then, Nichols has been promoted to the position of senior leader of client and business development and valuation technology, where she leads a sales team responsible for more than $100 million in annual revenue. As part of CoreLogic’s executive team, Nichols has played a key role in shaping the collateral valuation solutions division, and between 2017 and 2018 helped lead initiatives resulting in strong organic growth for the platform business, increasing revenues an average of 12% over the last two years.

F1WHAT’S THE BEST PIECE OF ADVICE YOU HAVE EVER RECEIVED?
“Assume positive intent. Although it’s a common piece of advice, a colleague said it to me while discussing a challenging situation. Ever since, it has helped me change my perception of various circumstances and allowed me to come up with more collaborative, open-minded solutions. The advice has also helped me provide more meaningful and constructive feedback to members of my team.”

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