Top of Mind Promotes Jonas Kruckeberg to EVP of Strategic Partnerships
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Top of Mind Promotes Jonas Kruckeberg to EVP of Strategic Partnerships

January 21, 2020
Top of Mind Networks has named Jonas Kruckeberg to the role of executive vice president of strategic partnerships and industry relationships
Top of Mind Networks has named Jonas Kruckeberg to the role of executive vice president of strategic partnerships and industry relationships. After leading Top of Mind’s sales function for more than eight years, Kruckeberg will step into a more strategic role, with a focus on partner and industry relations and brand ambassadorship. In this position, he will work with industry associations, lender cooperatives and mortgage technology vendors to build out a robust partner ecosystem that benefits Top of Mind clients.
Top of Mind Networks has named Jonas Kruckeberg to the role of executive vice president of strategic partnerships and industry relationships
 
“Top of Mind’s best-in-class experience would not be the same without our strategic relationships with leading-edge vendors and industry partners,” said Kruckeberg. “I look forward to nurturing these vital relationships for the benefit of our clients and their customers.”
 
Before joining Top of Mind, Kruckeberg spent nearly a decade as a mortgage loan officer and branch manager serving customers in Southern California at such independent mortgage banks as Watermark Home Loans and First Priority Financial (later acquired by Caliber Home Loans).
 
“Jonas’ insight into lenders’ needs, his strong representation of the Top of Mind brand and his reputation as an effective, genial working partner make him a shoe-in for developing and strengthening our partner relationships,” said Top of Mind Chief Executive Officer Bill Hayes. “I am proud of Jonas’ contributions to Top of Mind and congratulate him on this career advancement.”
 
Top of Mind Networks recently announced that its Surefire CRM is fully compliant under the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). The CCPA will impose significant new obligations on covered businesses, including mortgage lenders nationwide that do business in California, and grants California consumers the right to know what information businesses collect about them. It also gives consumers the right to have their records purged from business databases, including CRMs, upon request, and consumers can opt out of having their information sold.

 
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