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MReport Celebrates Achievements of Women in Housing

MReport magazine has announced the 60 honorees who will be part of its September 2016 special issue celebrating the accomplishments of women in the mortgage industry.

This year's honorees are broken down into three categories: “Power Players,” “Leading Ladies,” and “Emerging Leaders.” The 2016 “Power Players” are five mortgage and housing veterans with roles in both the government and private sector. Fifty additional women were selected for MReport’s 2016 “Leading Ladies” and “Emerging Leaders” list.

The honorees were selected from nominations from their peers in the industry, who nominated them based on leadership qualities such as intelligence, drive, and pursuit of innovation.

MReport’s Women in Housing honorees will also be acknowledged at the Women in Homeownership Leadership Forum at the Five Star Conference on Tuesday, September 13, 2016, in Dallas, Texas. The keynote speaker for the Women in Housing Leadership Forum will be Laura Bush, First Lady of the United States (2001-2009). Featured speakers will be Charmaine Brown, Director of the Office of Diversity and Inclusion, Fannie Mae; Amy Bonitatibus, Chief Communications Officer, Mortgage Banking and Credit Card Business, JPMorgan Chase; and Dana Dillard, EVP and Chief Customer Officer, Nationstar Mortgage.

2016 “Power Players”

  • Amy Bonitatibus, Chief Communications Officer, Mortgage Banking and Credit Card Business, JPMorgan Chase
  • Dana Dillard, Chief Customer Officer, Nationstar Mortgage
  • Deborah L. Jenkins, SVP National Head of Multifamily Underwriting & Credit, Freddie Mac
  • Glenda Gabriel, Neighborhood Lending Executive, Bank of America
  • Kimberly Johnson, SVP & Chief Risk Officer, Fannie Mae

2016 “Leading Ladies”

  • Caroline Reaves, CEO, Mortgage Contracting Services
  • Carolyn Thompson, President and Owner, ASONS
  • Charmaine Brown, Director, Diversity and Inclusion, Fannie Mae
  • Cheryl Feltgen, EVP & Chief Risk Officer, Arch MI
  • Debbie Lastoria, VP Business Development, Nationwide Title Clearing
  • Donna DelMonte, SVP Operations, Assurant
  • Hilary B. Provinse, SVP Multifamily Customer Engagement, Fannie Mae
  • Jackie Oliver, SVP Nationstar Mortgage
  • Jill A. Showell, SVP Government and Community Relations, Ocwen Financial Corporation
  • Jill Kravig Burns, Executive Vice President, Mountain West Financial, Inc.
  • JK Huey, SVP Mortgage, Foreclosure and Asset Management, Wells Fargo
  • Jody Collup, VP Marketing, Global DMS
  • Julian Grey, Mortgage Market Leader Data & Analytics, Black Knight Financial Services
  • Kathy Cummings, SVP Affordable Housing and Strategic Relationships, Bank of America
  • Katrina Jones, VP, Single Family Business Solutions, Fannie Mae
  • Kellie Chambers, AVP Investor Relations, Safeguard Properties
  • Kelly Chapman, SVP Client Management, Auction.com
  • Kim Mitchell, Senior Director, Lender Premier Services, ClosingCorp
  • Kristy Fercho, SVP Customer Delivery Executive, Fannie Mae
  • Laurie Maggiano, Manager for Servicing and Securitization Markets, CFPB
  • Lisa Sadaoui, President & CEO, First Allegiance
  • Maria V. Moskver, General Counsel & Enterprise Compliance Officer, LenderLive
  • Marianne Sullivan, SVP Single-Family Business Capabilities, Fannie Mae
  • Marion McDougall, EVP Operations, Caliber Home Loans
  • Marnie Ronda Lacue Applegate, SVP Credit Risk/Policy, Pacific Union Financial
  • Meg Burns, Managing Director, The Collingwood Group
  • Melanie Feliciano, Chief Legal Officer, DocMagic
  • Mercedes G. Henricksson, Director of Sales CPM Real Estate, Fannie Mae
  • Michelle DeLeon, Managing Partner, Default Legal Services, Quintairos, Prieto, Wood & Boyer
  • Min Lee Alexander, SVP Real Estate Services, Altisource
  • Nadine Bates, SVP & Treasurer, Fannie Mae
  • Pam Kosanke, Chief Marketing Officer, Renters Warehouse
  • Patricia Raymo, COO Retail, Loandepot
  • Phyllis L. Wright, Ph.D., SVP HR Strategies, VRM Mortgage Services
  • Ramie Word, SVP Performing Acquisitions & Borrower Communication,  Nationstar Mortgage
  • Rebecca Smith, Director, Client Relations, Green River Capital
  • Renee Schultz, SVP Capital Markets, Fannie Mae
  • Rose Silverstein, AVP, Regional Director of New Business and Correspondent Sales Strategy, Radian Guaranty Inc.
  • Sally French Tyler, EVP, First American Title Insurance Company
  • Sally Taylor-Shoff, Scores Vice President, FICO
  • Sandra J. Troutman, Director, Corporate Communications, MERSCORP Holdings
  • Sarah Alexander Goldfrank, SVP & Deputy General Counsel, Fannie Mae
  • Serena Yang, VP & Complience Officer, Civic Financial Services
  • Sharron P.A. Levine, Director, Office of Minority and Women Inclusion, FHFA
  • Susheel Mantha, CFO, LRES Corporation
  • Tami Bonnell, CEO, EXIT Realty Corp International
  • Terri Hunter, SVP Asset Management and Portfolio Oversight, Chronos Solutions
  • Tracey Tran, VP Software Development, Nationwide Title Clearing
  • Tujuanna Williams, VP, Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer, Fannie Mae

2016 Emerging Leaders (35 years old and under)

  • Kelly Brooks, CEO, Property Masters
  • Tonia Conner, AVP, Acquisitions, Nationstar Mortgage
  • Erika Cheyney, AVP, Operations, ZVN Properties
  • Amy Sanchez, EVP, Prescient
  • Tiffany Williams, Director of Default Services, Guardian Asset Management

About Author: Brian Honea

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Brian Honea's writing and editing career spans nearly two decades across many forms of media. He served as sports editor for two suburban newspaper chains in the DFW area and has freelanced for such publications as the Yahoo! Contributor Network, Dallas Home Improvement magazine, and the Dallas Morning News. He has written four non-fiction sports books, the latest of which, The Life of Coach Chuck Curtis, was published by the TCU Press in December 2014. A lifelong Texan, Brian received his master's degree from Amberton University in Garland.

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