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MBA Honors Jamie Korus With 2012 Schumacher-Bolduc Award

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Oct 26, 2012

The Mortgage Bankers Political Action Committee (MORPAC) has awarded Jamie Korus, CMB, president of Alliance Financial Resources, with the 2012 Schumacher-Bolduc Award at the association’s recent 99th Annual Convention and Expo. The award was given to Korus in recognition of her dedication and prominent service to MORPAC and the mortgage lending industry. “Jamie has been an extremely enthusiastic and effective force for MORPAC this year,” said MORPAC Chairman G. Todd White, CMB. “She has been a prolific recruiter and fundraiser, and is a critical part of the team that will exceed our goals for this election cycle. We couldn’t have done it without her, and I owe her a huge debt of gratitude for her time and commitment.” The award is named in honor of two of the most distinguished professionals in MORPAC’s history: Ernest P. Schumacher, founder and first Chairman of MORPAC and Mark P. Bolduc, whose exemplary service as MORPAC Director helped the PAC to become the political force it is today. Korus has not only executed extremely successful fundraising campaigns on behalf of the PAC herself, but has also empowered her peers in the industry to do the same. Her dedication to MORPAC and its mission has expanded the PAC’s reach to previously untapped contributors, bolstering its ability to represent the interests of the real estate finance industry in our nation’s capital. Korus is a Certified Mortgage Banker (CMB) with 10 years of experience in the mortgage banking industry. She is also a graduate of MBA’s Future Leaders program. In addition to her work with MORPAC, she has recently been appointed to MBA’s Residential Board of Governors (RESBOG), and volunteers on MBA’s Membership Committee, where she works to encourage local lenders to join MBA and then advises them on how to become effective, involved members.
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Oct 26, 2012