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National Mortgage Professional
Aug 24, 2008

NetMore America appoints Lisa Schreiber as chief strategy officerMortgagePress.comNetMore America, Lisa Schreiber, chief strategy officer, mortgage insurance, secondary marketing, American Brokers Conduit, ABC, CMPS Institute NetMore America Inc., an expanding regional mortgage lender, has announced the addition of Lisa Schreiber to its executive management team as the company's new chief strategy officer responsible for defining and implementing the company's vision and strategy to build NetMore into the next generation mortgage banker. Schreiber joins NetMore with more than 22 years of extensive mortgage industry experience, including retail operations and sales, mortgage insurance, secondary marketing and as a wholesale senior executive. Most recently, Schreiber founded LSK Consultants LLC and worked closely with senior management teams at national banks and mortgage banking firms throughout the U.S. to help them define and implement a successful business strategy. Previously, she was executive vice president of American Brokers Conduit (ABC), where she led the vision and implementation of the platform that drove ABC to become one of the fastest-growing, most respected, and top-ten-ranked wholesale mortgage lender. During Lisa's tenure, ABC's annual production grew to over $33 billion at the end of 2006 from just $1.9 billion in 2002. In addition, ABC enjoyed a 95 percent employee retention rate and delivered the industry's number one ranking in customer service according to an independent third party study. Prior to ABC, Schreiber was regional vice president at Bank of America Mortgage, where she grew the Southeast into a top tier region in volume, profitability and quality of performance. Mark Freedle, President and CEO of NetMore, stated, "We are extremely pleased to add someone of Lisa's caliber to our already impressive senior management team. Lisa's extensive experience, forward thinking, dedication to raising the standards of the mortgage industry and results-oriented leadership will help NetMore in its path to become one of the most successful next generation mortgage banking firms in the nation." In her new role, Schreiber, collaborating with NetMore's experienced senior team, will be responsible for developing and defining NetMores corporate culture, technology platform and branding to build a sustainable and performance oriented national firm. On joining NetMore, Schreiber said, "NetMore's passion and initiative to surpass the status quo currently overshadowing the mortgage industry ultimately drew me to become part of this exciting organization. The company is committed to building the next generation mortgage banker through the power of the right relationships and a 360 degree focus on quality and performance. I look forward to being part of this experienced group of mortgage professionals and contribute my knowledge and skills to help NetMore achieve significant growth and nationwide success." Schreiber has been recognized as a valued speaker within the mortgage industry and is currently on the advisory board for the CMPS Institute. In addition, Ms. Schreiber has applied her knowledge and energy to working with charitable organizations and recently completed the rehabilitation of a school in West Africa alongside Action Aid International and is an advisor to an NGO, The Grandmother Project. For more information, visit www.netmoreamerica.com.
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