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Here are HousingWire’s 2019 Insiders

Operational superstars driving the housing industry

The mortgage industry has a lot of moving parts, and often times operational superstars are the keys that drive a company forward, its secret to success.

HousingWire Insiders recognizes these key players. These leaders are those who do the leg work and make the mortgage industry tick. Insiders are absolutely essential to the performance of their companies within the housing space.

Click through to read more about HousingWire’s 2019 Insiders.

Viviana Abarca, loanDepot
Lesley Alli, Home Point Financial
Nik Athanasiou, Guaranteed Rate
Dan Bailey, WFG Lender Services
Jeff Birdsell, ReverseVision
Tim Choi, NMSI
Liz Collins, Sierra Pacific Mortgage
Ragen Cunningham, Plaza Home Mortgage
Cyndi Danko, Fannie Mae
Chris Diedrich, Covered Insurance
Paul Drobot, SimpleNexus
Justin Duff, Fannie Mae
James Duncan, Thrive Mortgage
Gary Ferguson, Class Valuation
Rich Ford, Roofstock
Brian Francis, FormFree
Danny Gardner, Freddie Mac
Doreen Ghusar, Roostify
Josh Grupe, Envoy Mortgage
Rebecca Hill, Academy Mortgage
Michael Hitt, Arch Mortgage Insurance
Stacy Hoover, Reali
Cathy Hunt, Evolve Mortgage Services
Aravind Jagannathan, Freddie Mac
Steve Keleher, Radian Guaranty
Elana Knoller, Better.com
Randy Kozlowski, CoreLogic
Dave Lamy, Floify
Kelley Mangel, LBA Ware
Jonathan Maughan, First American
Tina Mausser, IDS
Aasif Mohammad, Tavant
Jemma Pachiano, Mid America Mortgage
Elijah Pallante, loanDepot
Nicole Peraino, AIME
Heather Cantua Philips, Unison
Emily Robbins, NotaryCam
Jessica Rosillo, United Wholesale Mortgage
Alicia Roundy, Mortgage Bankers Association
Evan Sauer, PeerStreet
Tori Schallot, Home Captain
Colleen Schofield, CMG Financial
Christopher Smith, Genworth Mortgage Insurance
Johnny Spagnola, The Money Source
Ashley Spindle, PrimeLending
Jason Stenger, Movement Mortgage
Naveed Tejany, OJO Labs
Kenny Turner, Genworth Mortgage Insurance
Terri Waring, Freedom Mortgage
Rob Zambito, Qualia

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