December 2016 - Getting Serious About Diversity

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TH E M R EP O RT | 3 CO NTE NTS 16 STRAIGHT INTO THE FIRE As the Chair of One of the Country's Largest Non-Bank Servicers, Phyllis Caldwell Drives Support of Ocwen's Diversity and Inclusion Initiatives 20 FROM POLICY TO PRACTICE Diversity laws are making an impact within the mortgage and housing industries, both on companies required to follow new policies, as well as ones choosing to adapt new inclusion strategies. 24 A BROADER PERSPECTIVE From working in the private sector to serving in top government positions, FHFA's Sandra Thompson offers her take on the progress of women and minorities in the industry 26 FINANCIAL INCLUSION: ALTERNATIVE DATA IS THE KEY Credit scoring models that access alternative data can help to diversify homeownership by serving those who would be left out of mainstream credit. 30 SERVING THE UNDERSERVED New technologies are offering minority communities better access to credit and an easier road to homeownership. DEPARTMENTS 8 TAKE 5 Lawrence Yun, Chief Economist, NAR 10 MCROWD Who's moving on and who's moving up in the industry 13 MDWELL In Search of Work-Life Bliss

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