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StoneHill Group Names Director Of Mortgage Fulfillment Services Division

Navi Persaud
Jul 14, 2020
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Julie M. Joseforsky was appointed director of fulfillment servicers for The StoneHill Group. Joseforsky will lead the strategy and execution of the company's loan origination fulfillment services.

"Julie is a passionate, energetic professional with a proven ability to build and grow high-performance teams and organizations. I'm confident she will serve as a catalyst for our organization as we further invest in capabilities supporting the critical needs of our clients," said Patrick Gluesing, president of The StoneHill Group.

Joseforsky brings close to three decades of executive-level experience in the mortgage industry to her new role.

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Jul 14, 2020
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