People on the move: June 26
CoreLogic said that its board of directors has elected Pamela Hughes Patenaude, a prominent housing and community development public policy expert and former deputy secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development to the board.
Patenaude fills the vacancy resulting from the retirement of Mary Lee Widener, former president and CEO of Neighborhood Housing Services of America Inc., a nonprofit housing agency, who served on the company's board since 2010.
In addition to her public service, Patenaude served as the president of the J. Ronald Terwilliger Foundation for Housing America's Families, a national nonprofit, education and research organization dedicated to illuminating America's affordable housing crisis.
Interfirst Mortgage Co. has named Lou Friedmann chief marketing officer. He will also be part of the company's leadership team.
During his career, Friedmann has served as executive vice president of marketing for M1 Finance, as well as chief revenue officer for Bento for Business.
Total Expert has hired Josh Lehr as its new director of strategy, consumer direct.
Lehr brings more than 18 years of financial services experience and eight years of mortgage industry knowledge to Total Expert.
Most recently, he served as industry development manager at Mortech (owned by Zillow Group).
Incenter, a Blackstone portfolio company, said that Nicholas Costas has joined its team as senior vice president, national sales.
Costas brings more than 25 years of senior-level business development and marketing experience in the mortgage industry.
He previously served as national account manager at Radian as well as at Greenpoint Mortgage Funding.
Stewart Title has hired Rich Shackelford as senior vice president of sales for lender services.
Prior to joining Stewart, he worked at Capital One, Integra Realty Resources, Accurity Valuation, Forsythe Appraisal, and most recently, First American Title.