MGIC Announces Four Promotions
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MGIC Announces Four Promotions

January 24, 2019
MGIC has announced announced that Michael E. Jacobson joined the company as Vice President of Corporate Development where he will lead the development of mortgage credit enhancement solutions
Mortgage Guaranty Insurance Corporation (MGIC) has announced the promotion of Robert J. Candelmo to Senior Vice President–Chief Information Officer, Sean R. Valcamp to Vice President–Chief Technology Officer, Nathan Colson to Vice President–Finance, and Tara E. Radmann to Vice President–Business Automation.
 
Candelmo joined MGIC in 2014 as Vice President–Chief Technology Officer, overseeing MGIC's technology vision and strategy, as well as leading the execution for infrastructure platforms, data and architecture practice. Candelmo has more than 20 years of experience leading IT organizations.
 
Valcamp came to MGIC in 2018 as Vice President–Chief Information Security Officer. Prior to joining MGIC, Valcamp enjoyed a successful career in the IT Department at Avnet Inc. of Phoenix. He has a combined 28 years of experience in the technology industry.
 
Since 2014, Colson has served MGIC as Risk Analyst Senior, Risk Management Director and Assistant Treasurer. Radmann has been with MGIC since 2005 in roles of increasing responsibility in the IT and marketing organizations. The promotions of Candelmo and Valcamp are effective in March 2019, with the retirement of Gregory Chi, SVP–Chief Information Officer. Radmann will lead MGIC’s business automation efforts following the March 2019 retirement of Jerry Murphy, Vice President–Business Process Transformation.
 
"These promotions confirm the impactful contributions of these colleagues to our organization," said MGIC President and CEO Patrick Sinks. "As we continue to position MGIC for success, we rely on professionals with natural leadership qualities to carry forward the innovations and strategies we have put in place to best serve our customers. I congratulate Bob, Sean, Nathan, and Tara on their well-earned promotions."

 
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