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TH E M R EP O RT | 13 MCROWD technology. "Michael is one of our industry's true visionaries and a leader who has great credibility in the marketplace. I'm looking forward to working with him to help our clients and industry partners as they transition to the coming digital future," said John Vong, Executive Chairman of the board at ComplianceEase. The company stated that Jackman was not new to ComplianceEase. In 2006, he was the acting CTO of ComplianceEase. Since 2005, he has been a member of ComplianceEase's board of advisors. ODETA KUSHI Odeta Kushi has been promoted to Deputy Chief Economist at First American Financial Corporation. Kushi previously served as Senior Economist, helping First American's Economics team research, create, and publish perspectives on the housing market. She is based in the company's Washington, D.C., office. Kushi regularly publishes insightful analysis to the First American Economics Center and speaks frequently at conferences and events. Her research has been cited in business and industry trade media, and she has been quoted in national media outlets, including Forbes, Newsweek, and Fox Business News. Kushi graduated from Northeastern University with a Master's Degree in Applied Economics, specializing in microeco- nomics and applied econometric methods, and she earned a Bachelor's Degree in Economics from St. John Fisher College, in both cases earning the title of Summa Cum Laude. CHAD MOSLEY Texas-headquartered Mortgage Contracting Services LLC (MCS) has announced organizational changes to its management team. The company has promoted Chad Mosley to the new role of Chief Relationship Officer. In this role, Mosley will oversee MCS' customer-facing functions that include the management of all MCS client teams, business development, and marketing. "At MCS, our clients and their portfolios are at the center of everything we do. In Mosley's 10-plus years as a key member of the MCS executive team, he has consistently kept our clients' needs at the forefront of our business," said Caroline Reaves, CEO, MCS. "This is a unique time in our industry, with new challenges facing us all. Mr. Mosley has a passion for client service and an innate ability to recognize the unique needs of each client." RAVI SINGH California- headquartered, a real estate marketplace for distressed asset disposition, has announced the appointment of technology innovator Ravi Singh as Chief Product and Technology Officer. In this role, Singh will oversee's combined product, technology, and engineering functions, while expanding the company's suite of technology products. He will report to Jason Allnut, CEO, "Ravi's proven leadership aligns perfectly with's focus on growth and innovation. I look forward to supporting Ravi as he continues advancing Auction's technological capabilities and evolving our next gen- eration of disruptive technologies," Allnut said. Most recently, as Executive Director of Demco, Singh led the software division where he structured a merger of two companies and created a new platform that has become the foundation for its product infrastructure. LEGAL JANAYA L. CARTER As part of its expansion, The Wolf Firm, a California- headquartered law corporation, has appointed Janaya L. Carter as the Managing Attorney of the firm's Northwest operations in Washington, Oregon, and Idaho. Before joining the firm, Carter served as the managing shareholder of a prominent mortgage banking law firm based in the Northwest with offices throughout the country. She has spent the majority of her more than 16 years in practice han- dling residential civil litigation, with particular emphasis on complex evictions, bankruptcies, non-judicial foreclosures, and judicial foreclosures. "Carter has been called upon to speak at a variety of mortgage industry events including the Legal League and the USFN. She is considered by her peers to be an experienced leader that constantly demonstrates impeccable knowledge of the law, unparalleled litigation expertise, and an ability to execute regardless of the circum- stance," the firm stated. KRYSTAL KIRBY Schneiderman & Sherman, PC, a regional law firm with over 35 years' experience, an- nounced the hiring of Krystal Kirby in the role of Marketing Director. Kirby will work under Neil Sherman, Managing Attorney. She will spearhead the firm's marketing functions across all practices and business lines. She will also be supporting philanthropic initiatives—a core value to both Schneiderman & Sherman and their new Marketing Director. Her other affiliations include the American Marketing Association, Events Industry Council (the accrediting body for her CMP certification), and the Grand Valley State University Alumni Association. Sherman stated, "Krystal will be a great asset to our team, and embodies our company culture of creative and effective problemsolving, attention to detail, and continually learning and adapting. She embodies all of the qualities that you've come to expect from Schneiderman & Sherman, PC." Know someone moving up in the industry? email us at "The Fannie Mae of today is customer focused, innovative, and committed to leading a housing finance system that is safe, sound, and sustainable for taxpayers and creditworthy borrowers of all income levels. I look forward to continuing to work with this outstanding leadership team to deliver on Fannie Mae's strategic priorities and transform the mortgage experience for our customers and partners." —Hugh R. Frater, CEO, Fannie Mae "We are committed to innovation and providing the best digital mortgage experience for our customers and clients, and we look forward to seeing how Sudhir Nair can position us for the future." —Dave Worrall, President, LoanCare

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