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MISMO Names Leaders of Two New Committees

Oct 26, 2012

The Mortgage Industry Standards Maintenance Organization (MISMO) has named the leaders of two newly formed committees. Randy Gillis, a senior vice president at Lender Processing Services Inc. (LPS), will chair the group’s Strategic Planning Committee, and Kyle Bensen, CMB, business partner manager at MGIC, will chair the Education Committee. "MISMO is pleased to announce Randy Gillis and Kyle Bensen as chairs of its two new committees," said Steve Gozdan, chairman of MISMO’s board of directors. "We truly appreciate the commitment of time, talent and energy our members continue to demonstrate and look forward to Randy’s leadership in expanding the strategic outlook of the organization, as well as enhancements to our educational programs under Kyle’s leadership. These two new committees will create additional opportunities for involvement within the organization while helping to ensure that MISMO continues to meet the evolving and growing needs of the industry.” The Strategic Planning Committee will monitor trends across the industry and anticipate future needs, ensuring that MISMO stays on the cutting edge of data reporting standards. The Committee will look beyond the organization’s traditional focus to determine how it can continue to be innovative and assess the need for additional standards within the industry. The Education Committee will develop a full curriculum of courses to enable personnel across the industry to develop or enhance their MISMO expertise. Courses will be tailored to meet the varying needs of the business and technology professionals who operate in this space, including business analysts, architects and developers.
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