MReport February 2018

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TH E M R EP O RT | 13 MCROWD "It's vitally important that we enable our diverse perspectives to drive the execution of the company's top goals of building a better company and a better housing finance system." —Jacqueline Welch, Head of Human Resources, Diversity & Inclusion Division and Chief Diversity Officer, Freddie Mac instrumental in streamlining the integration of its sales and marketing processes and enhancing the brand. Prior to Riverine, Miller was a Co-founder and Partner at Tower Agency, a digital marketing firm offering end-to-end marketing capabilities. Miller eventually merged the company with Riverine, growing the client base exponentially. KURT NOYCE Embrace Home Loans, a Rhode Island-based mortgage company, announced that Kurt Noyce will head its expanded Financial Institution Services Division. Noyce has served as President of Embrace Home Loans for the last 18 years. During that time, he was instrumental in helping to lead the lender to become nearly a 1,000-employee company producing more than $3 billion annually in mortgage originations. "We see there will be a sizable growth opportunity for us with helping banks be successful with furnishing mortgages to their customers and respond to the digitalization of mortgages. We need a proven leader and mortgage professional to guide this effort for us, and there is none better than Kurt for the task," said Dennis Hardiman, CEO at Embrace Loans. In his 27 years with Embrace, Noyce believes his and the company's success can be attributed to never losing sight of the fact that serving a customer is a privilege. Dennis Hardiman will assume the role of President of Embrace Home Loans and will hold the title of CEO and President. Al Dussinger, Embrace's CTO for 22 years, has been appointed Chief Operating Officer. SERVICE PROVIDERS CHIP MCAVOY Chip McAvoy, VP and Real Estate Market Leader for Black Knight's Data & Analytics division, has been elected to the Real Estate Standards Organization's (RESO) board of directors for 2018, Black Knight announced recently. McAvoy has been elected to fill the board position representing technology companies with annual revenue greater than $25 million. He will serve a two-year term, which began on January 1, 2018. With 18 years' industry experience, McAvoy manages Black Knight's real estate-related products and services, including the company's flagship Paragon MLS platform, and other solutions addressing the needs of real estate professionals. From a technology perspective, he under- stands the importance of setting consistent standards for both MLS organizations and their clients. SCOTT MCGREGOR Industry veteran Scott McGregor is starting off the new year in a new role.Assurant, a premier global provider of risk management solutions, announced his appointment as Managing Director of subsidiary American Title, Inc. (ATI), one of the industry's top alternative title, valuation, and settlement services companies. McGregor joined ATI in May 2008 as VP of Title Service Operations and assumed his most recent role as COO in 2013. As managing director, McGregor will oversee the ATI product lines and lead strategy and innovation while strengthening the Company's presence in key markets. ARNOLD A. PINKSTON CoreLogic, a leading global property information, analytics and data-enabled solutions provider, announced the appointment of Arnold A. Pinkston to the role of Chief Legal Officer and Corporate Secretary effective January 2, 2018. Pinkston will serve on the company's Executive Leadership Committee and report directly to Frank Martell, President and CEO of CoreLogic. "We are excited to have a proven leader of Arnie's caliber assume this important role and I look forward to partnering with him as we aggressively pursue our strategic growth and operational excellence programs," said Frank Martell, President and CEO of CoreLogic. THOMAS RADKIEWICZ IndiSoft, a technology development firm that specializes in systems for the financial services industry, has added Thomas Radkiewicz to its advisory board. Radkiewicz rounds out recent appointments by bringing a wealth of IT expertise and experi- ence as an executive manager for major commercial banks and mortgage companies. "Thomas will be a valuable resource for IndiSoft's product and market strategy," said Sanjeev Dahiwadkar, CEO of IndiSoft. "His vast expertise as an IT profes- sional and experience helping companies with business transforma- tion, growth strategy, process improvement, enterprise architecture and vendor and risk management will strengthen our position as a leading technology provider." For more than 30 years, Radkiewicz has been successful in banking, financial services, technology, logistics, and manufacturing industries in IT leadership roles.

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