Articles Tagged with ''Women of Influence''

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2018 Women of Influence: Julie Piepho

President of National Operations, Cornerstone Home Lending
Julie Piepho, president of national operations at Cornerstone Home Lending, recently received the Andrew D. Woodward Distinguished Award from the Mortgage Bankers of America as well as an award from the Minority Mortgage Bankers Association.
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2018 Women of Influence: Vikki Bartholomae

President, eXp Realty
eXp Realty is expanding at a tremendous rate, and Vikki Bartholomae has been instrumental in the company’s growth. Bartholomae helped expand the company to more than 10,000 employees and offices in 47 states, including two Canadian provinces. She broke the all-time launch record for eXp by recruiting 113 agents in just three months, earning the coveted “black belt” recruiting award.
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The Path to Equality

Is the mortgage industry doing enough to support women in the workplace?
The financial world at large is experimenting with changing its workforce culture in ways not fathomable 10 years ago. For example, in 2011, the dress code for female workers at UBS came to light with unflattering results. In it, the Swiss bank instructed female employees on not just how to dress and how to smell, but also preached the importance for ladies to apply lotion after taking showers. Fast forward to today and fellow Swiss bank, Credit Suisse has now created an official role to boost equal opportunities and create a fair treatment environment. Has the American mortgage industry made similar progress?
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2018 Women of Influence: Sarah Valentini

President and Co-Founder, radius financial group
Sarah Valentini’s energy propelled radius from a crazy idea into an award-winning brand that has been recognized as one a top place to work in Boston and honored for diversity within its workplace. Valentini initiated the Next Generation Independent Mortgage Banker program at radius to bring more young talent to the mortgage industry.
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2018 Women of Influence: Susan Tobin

Chief Business Architect, PromonTech
In her role as chief business architect at PromonTech, Susan Tobin is responsible for defining the business scope and requirements to ensure the development of compliance-driven solutions that solve for the most pressing problems for consumers and lenders. Tobin draws on her expansive knowledge in risk, compliance and operations to guide product development teams through the complexity that exists in lending.
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2018 Women of Influence: Teri Sundh

CEO, TRK Connection
Teri Sundh, CEO at TRK Connection, is an industry titan in the mortgage tech space and loan quality control. Under her watch, TRK doubled the number of clients subscribing to its Insight Risk and Defect Management software and increased its revenue by 300% in 2017 alone.
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2018 Women of Influence: Meghan Sullivan

Associate Vice President of Legislative and Political Affairs, Mortgage Bankers Association
Meghan Sullivan, associate vice president of legislative and political affairs at the Mortgage Bankers Association, has been running tirelessly, expertly managing the busiest year on Capitol Hill for the industry since the Dodd-Frank Act passed.
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2018 Women of Influence: Ann Song

Senior Vice President of Operations, LRES
Ann Song joined LRES in 2014 as vice president of REO Asset Management, but her talent, knowledge and determination were all readily apparent and she quickly made her way up the company ladder. Now serving as senior vice president of operations, Song oversees the company’s appraisal operations group, including the valuation assignment and quality control departments.
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2018 Women of Influence: Renee Schultz

Senior Vice President of Capital Markets, Fannie Mae
Renee Schultz, senior vice president of capital markets at Fannie Mae, has been with the government-sponsored enterprise for 20 years, weathering the housing crisis and helping provide liquidity to 1,200 lenders with her team through establishing and implementing credit pricing terms, executing strategies to transfer credit risk associated with Fannie Mae’s single-family business, the trading of mortgage-backed securities, purchasing and subsequent securitizing of whole loans and through the Early Funding program.
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2018 Women of Influence: Beckie Santos

New Product Development Manager, International Document Services
As new product development manager at IDS, Beckie Santos oversees IDS’ NPD teams while also working closely with development, operations and compliance to help shape software solutions at the Salt Lake City-based fintech firm.
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