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LoanLogics Continues Growth With Multiple Promotions

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Apr 25, 2014

LoanLogics has promoted Matt Woolley to senior vice president of national sales, Terrell Cassada to chief information officer, and has hired Terese L. Campbell to serve as senior vice president for product management. “I am confident that Matt will continue to be a strong asset to LoanLogics in helping to take our company to new heights,” said Brian K. Fitzpatrick, president and CEO of LoanLogics. “Terrell has played an instrumental role in the development of our industry-leading technology and has proven to be an excellent manager and leader. While only with the firm for a short time, Terese has proven herself to be an invaluable addition to the executive management team.” In his role as senior vice president of national sales, Woolley will take the reins of the LoanLogics national sales team and report directly to Fitzpatrick. His proven capabilities were instrumental in solidifying and increasing by 50 percent the volume of business LoanLogics does with one of its biggest clients and he has been a consistent top sales performer for the organization. He will now be in a position to translate these skills into sales leadership that drives greater success across the entire sales organization. Woolley has held a variety of positions in sales and management in the mortgage technology and financial services industries with clients ranging from Government agencies, top five lenders, MI Companies, as well as lenders, banks, and credit unions of all sizes across the country. He was VP of Sales for NYLX prior to the merger of NYLX with Aklero Risk Analytics which formed LoanLogics in May 2013. His past accomplishments include development of a Due Diligence channel through strategic growth, business development, and channel partnerships as managing director for Crosby Corporation. He also helped facilitate a former company’s growth from under 30 employees to more than 1,000 during his tenure. His past sales experience includes management of over 50 sales professionals to triple revenue growth each year for three consecutive years. Having assumed the role of chief information officer, Cassada is responsible for LoanLogics’ document, data, and rules processing software development and technologies; corporate infrastructure, data center infrastructure and operations; as well as corporate information and data security. His former role as senior vice president of technology was an “all encompassing” role and positioned him as a vital member of the department. Cassada has been a significant contributor to key architectural designs for LoanLogics platform and software development, as well as organizational management of the data center and information security framework of the company. In his new role, he will report to Fitzpatrick. Prior to joining LoanLogics, Cassada provided management consulting services to the GSEs on FHFA mandated technology, operational and budgeting initiatives, and to regional and community banks on technology, operational, and information security best practices and efficiencies. Cassada has also served as chief information and operations officer for First Guaranty Bank and Trust. He also has held the role of senior vice president of product development and architecture, chief software architect and chief technology officer for leading mortgage technology firms. As senior vice president for product management, Campbell is responsible for ensuring that LoanLogics continues to develop and produce high quality, innovative products that solve market problems and deliver competitive advantages to clients. She will help foster and support the company‘s culture of collaboration, partnership, innovation, and outstanding results. Prior to joining LoanLogics, Campbell spent more than 20 years with PHH Mortgage where she served most recently as vice president of Credit and Operational Risk. While at PHH, she helped lead the design and development of a number of critical software applications that span the lifecycle of the mortgage process.