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MortgagePoint September 2023

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MortgagePoint » Your Trusted Source for Mortgage Banking and Servicing News 70 2 0 2 3 W O M E N I N H O U S I N G A W A R D S Jodi Gaines Chief Client Officer & EVP, Insight One What People Are Saying: "Jodi is a visionary and tirelessly works to bring the industry together, further educate, and find solutions for both homeowners and servicers alike. She is both a great leader and a team player, and she is always willing to give of her time for business questions or charitable endeavors. She is inclusive and loves to bring people together, whether it be socially or for business. She is well respected in the industry as a leader as well as a subject matter expert. She brings common sense and a thirst for new solutions to our industry." What This Nomination Means to Her: "The nomination for the Laurie Maggiano Award fills me with a deep sense of grati- tude and responsibility. Laurie Maggiano's enduring legacy reminds us that our industry transcends mere numbers, loans, properties, and regulations. At its core, it is about creating meaningful opportunities for families across our country to have the safety, stability, and wealth-building potential of homeownership. Laurie Maggiano set the standard and served as a role model for individuals like me. To be mentioned in association with someone of Laurie Maggiano's stature is both humbling and inspiring. I am deeply indebted not only to her but to countless other trailblazers who have propelled our industry forward and made a positive impact on our communities. This nomination serves as a reflection of the legacy I aspire to build—one that resonates with the spirit and impact of leaders like Laurie, always aiming to better our industry, which is the very fabric of the communities we serve." Miriam Moore President of Default Services, ServiceLink What People Are Saying: "Miriam Moore encapsulates the spirit of the Laurie A. Maggiano Legacy Award, having spent over 30 years serving the mortgage indus- try, shattering glass ceilings to become one of its most well-respected leaders today. Over the past year, Moore and her team have facilitated thousands of loan modifications by providing title reports and generating loan modification documents. These efforts helped provide peace of mind for struggling borrowers previously at risk of losing their homes. She co-founded a networking and mentoring group for women working in financial services over 15 years ago; it is still going strong today." What This Nomination Means to Her: "It is an incredible honor to be named a 2023 Women in Housing Leadership Awards finalist. I am especially grateful to be named a finalist in the Laurie Maggiano Legacy Award category, having known Laurie personally and witnessing firsthand the impact she has had on the industry. As president of default services at ServiceLink and a leader within the organization, I take the responsibility of being a positive role model and mentor very seriously. As I reflect on my career and the incredible colleagues, mentors, mentees, and fellow women executives I have had the great fortune of working with and learning from, I would be remiss not to acknowledge that this honor is as much theirs as it is mine. Congratulations to all the 2023 Women in Housing Awards nominees and thank you to the Five Star for celebrating and recognizing strong women leaders who are driving the industry forward." The Laurie A. Maggiano Legacy Award This award recognizes women whose accomplishments have left an indelible impact on the industry and have positively influenced homeownership within the past year. (Candidates for this award must have a minimum 20 years' consecutive industry experience).

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