They built one of the nation's largest-ever savings and loan associations, crafted one of the first loan origination systems and set the tone of the government's response to the financial crisis in the late 2000s. But all of them have moved on from the roles and titles that made them titans of the mortgage world. Some have entered the world of academia. Others created their own foundations, consulting firms and think-tanks. And yet more of them remain in the business world, close to where they got their start. The following 10 people shaped the mortgage industry as we know it today, but where are they now?