Wholesale Leader Joins Ellie Mae
Ellie Mae Inc., a provider of automation solutions for the residential mortgage industry, has announced the hiring of wholesale veteran Lisa Schreiber as the company’s new vice president of lender business development. As VP of lender business development, Schreiber will oversee the company’s efforts to build and maintain productive, collaborative relationships with mega-lenders and correspondent investors. Schreiber's first major undertaking with Ellie Mae is overseeing the implementation of the company’s TQL (Total Quality Loan) program by a top five mega-lender. Schreiber has extensive experience helping both lenders and investors leverage technology as the foundation for their business initiatives. Her career includes over 15 years in senior-level positions with organizations such as Bank of America and American Home Mortgage/American Brokers Conduit (ABC). Schreiber played a key role in American Brokers Conduit’s significant production growth from 2002 to 2006, and championed the company’s use of technology to grow into a top ranking national lender. “Lisa is a technology visionary and has a long track record of leveraging the solutions that take friction out of the mortgage process and ultimately drive quality throughout the supply chain,” said Jonathan Corr, chief strategy officer for Ellie Mae Inc. “Her skills, insight and expertise in quality initiatives on the investor side align very well with our strategies for mega-lenders and correspondent investors at Ellie Mae. We’re very excited to have her on the team.” In the past six years, Lisa Schreiber has spoken at conferences that include the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) Technology Conference, National Association of Mortgage Brokers (NAMB) Annual Conference, and the Strategic Equity Summit. Lisa was a regularly featured speaker at ABC Advisor Series events from 2005 to 2007 and has authored articles that were published in National Mortgage Professional Ma.