Women In Housing-2015

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38 | Th e M Rep o RT Special Section Leading Ladies Jill Kravig Burns EVP, Mountain WEst Financial, inc. Jill Kravig Burns' primary role at Mountain West Financial (MWF) is to ensure top-quality service and maximum productiv- ity for all MWF centralized and distributed fulfillment locations. She has been in the mortgage business more than 20 years, with a proven record in senior operational roles. She first joined the MWF team in 2012 as SVP of operations, and she now holds the role of EVP of operations. Jill says she aims to "continually focus on pro- ductivity, quality, and service from a thorough analysis in removing obstacles that create duplication and inefficiencies; a continued/ expanded focus on the right technology; remov- ing all the impediments to great customer service in an environment of increasing regulatory pressures; and creating an enjoyable envi- ronment where you become successful because of our systems and technology." Aviva Bush sVP, closing and titlE, grEEn riVEr caPital "The best thing about my job is working with an innovative and forward- thinking company who allows me the opportunity to share ideas and expertise, effecting change both internally and externally," Aviva Bush said. She brings more than 18 years' experience in the real estate and foreclosure industry, working directly for and with banks. She joined Green River Capital (GRC) in 2008 after holding leading positions at companies such as Fidelity, Fairbanks Capital, LOGS, and First National Bank of Commerce. As a current member of the GRC executive team, Aviva is instrumental in creating new processes and efficiencies in overseeing all title and closing functions. She has a bachelor's from State University of New York and Juris Doctorate from Loyola University School of Law. Donna Clayton sVP, chiEF coMPliancE oFFicEr, lEndErliVE nEtWork, inc. Donna Clayton is a produc- tion, compliance, and finan- cial planning expert. With more than 24 years' experi- ence, she currently serves as chief compliance officer for LenderLive Network, Inc., a residential mortgage services provider. When discussing what she loves most about her job Clayton says, "Pro- viding consumers the best possible support in their im- portant mortgage decisions is a privilege that motivates me daily because it matters in life's big picture. Though challenging—especially with heightened regulatory scrutiny—assisting con- sumers, my company, and industry colleagues makes a positive difference, and I am honored to participate." Prior to LenderLive, Donna focused on compliance in executive positions at Shea Mortgage, Pulte Mortgage, First Plus Financial Inc., and Huntington Pacific Thrift and Loan. Jody Collup VP oF MarkEting, global dMs Jody Collup enjoys work- ing in the dynamic and fast-paced environment of leading valuation manage- ment software company Global DMS. As VP of marketing, she takes on a large scope of responsi- bility, including creating and executing a full-scale marketing platform aligned with company growth and stability goals. With more than 20 years' experience, Jody specializes in numer- ous areas of the profession, including strategy planning and execution, brand man- agement, public relations, media relations, advertising, customer communications, website management, trade shows, marketing collat- eral, project management, and social media. "Global DMS is a very nimble and innovative software com- pany that requires me to constantly navigate through marketplace challenges and arrive at viable solutions," Jody said. Jennie Craig VP, MarkEting PrograMs & MEdia rElations, stEWart titlE Jennie Craig built her career in high-tech startups in the silicon hills of Austin, Texas, where she became firmly intertwined with the marketing of high-tech, high-touch technology solutions; go-to-market planning; and mergers and acquisitions. For the past decade, she has found her home at Stewart Title— leading the marketing efforts for enterprise marketing programs, mortgage services, product marketing, public relations and social media, mergers and acquisitions, and event management. Jennie is looking forward to helping the industry tackle the implementation of TRID and notes, "In an industry with very little change around the closing process, this is an opportunity to excel as a customer service/ business partner." "In an industry with very little change around the closing process, [TRID] is an opportunity to excel as a customer service/business partner." —JEnniE craig, Stewart title

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