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Jamie Korus Appointed Chairman of MORPAC

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Jan 07, 2015

The Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) has announced that Jamie Korus, CMB, president and principal of Alliance Financial Resources LLC, was appointed chairman of the Mortgage Bankers Association Political Action Committee (MORPAC) for the 2015-2016 political cycle, by Bill Cosgrove, MBA chairman and CEO of Union Home Mortgage. Korus succeeds Kurt Pfotenhauer who served as MORPAC Chairman for the 2013-2014 election cycle.

“MBA is fortunate that Jamie accepted this position and I have no doubt that she will build on an already strong foundation created by previous MORPAC chairs,” said Cosgrove. “Her proven work ethic and commitment to and knowledge of the industry will serve her well in this role.”

“Also, I want to thank Kurt Pfotenhauer for his service as MORPAC Chairman, and acknowledge the record setting $1.43 million MORPAC raised in the 2013-14 cycle," said Cosgrove. "Kurt’s commitment to MORPAC and MBA are noteworthy and we appreciate all he has done and continues to do for our association and the real estate finance industry. MBA continues to be a strong, unified voice for the entire real estate finance industry, and the continued strength of MORPAC reinforces MBA’s commitment to all of our members. We look forward to the next few years and are confident we will have even greater success.”

Korus currently serves as president and principal of Alliance Financial. She is involved in the MBA Future Leaders Program, and serves on MBA’s Residential Loan Production Committee. Recently Jamie earned the Certified Mortgage Banker (CMB) designation, which is the highest professional designation for the real estate finance industry. Korus received a dual bachelor's degree in communication and psychology from UW-Milwaukee, a master's degree in organizational communication from UW-Milwaukee, and has completed coursework towards her Ph.D. in organizational communication at Arizona State University.

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Jan 07, 2015