People Movers of the Week: Feb. 10
ReverseVision, a provider of software and technology for the reverse mortgage industry, has promoted Kelly Kelleher to the role of director of corporate marketing and events.
Since joining ReverseVision as marketing manager in 2013, Kelleher has helped guide projects ranging from a full-scale corporate rebranding to targeted marketing campaigns to drive user participation in the company's reverse mortgage loan origination system.
LenderLive Holdings Inc. said that Bill Welch has joined the firm as vice president of national sales for the company's settlement services division.
In this position, Welch will be responsible for developing new client relationships and supporting existing ones for LenderLive's settlement services line of business.
Welch, who brings more than 20 years of experience to LenderLive, was most recently chief executive officer of JWJ Consulting.
Joni Miller has joined Mortgage Network Inc. as a loan officer in the company's Longmeadow, Mass., branch office.
In her new role, she will be responsible for serving homebuyers and homeowners throughout western Massachusetts.
Miller, who brings to Mortgage Network 20 years of mortgage banking experience in the western Massachusetts area, most recently served as a senior mortgage consultant at KeyBank.
Jayme Chandler has also joined Mortgage Network as a mortgage loan officer in the company's Lancaster, Pa., branch office.
In her new role, Chandler will be responsible for serving homebuyers and homeowners throughout southeastern Pennsylvania.
Flagstar Bank has hired Kurt Hocker to lead expanded capital markets activities.
Hocker joined Flagstar as senior vice president and director of capital markets from Union Bank of California where he served as executive vice president and head of commercial capital markets.
He has 25 years of experience in commercial banking activities, with several years focused exclusively on capital markets.
Cushman & Wakefield has named Erick Mazzoni as leader of the valuation and advisory group's Pennsylvania operations.
Mazzoni began his career in 2004 with Cushman & Wakefield as an appraiser in the Philadelphia and northern New Jersey offices.
He left the firm in 2006 and joined Greystone Realty Advisors, a commercial real estate consulting and development firm based in Wilmington, Del.
In 2008 Mazzoni rejoined Cushman & Wakefield. Since then, he served as an associate director, director and senior director, and was named an executive director in 2015.
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