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MEC's Tyna-Minet Anderson To Appear On The Mortgage Leadership Outlook

Navi Persaud
May 05, 2021
Photo of Tyna-Minet Anderson and marketing for May 12, 2021 MLO.

On Wednesday, May 12, the Mortgage Leadership Outlook will feature Tyna-Minet Anderson, vice president, Mortgage Educators & Compliance. Anderson and Andrew Berman will explore her career in law and compliance, the forthcoming tsunami of enforcement actions, the difference between just being compliant and going the extra mile, the Build-a-Broker sessions she's been a part of and more.

A licensed attorney in the state of Utah, Anderson spent the early years of her career defending individuals and their professional licenses. Through her legal work, she identified the need to assist companies with running a more compliant operation. She teamed up with MEC in 2012 and has since been recognized by multiple organizations for her contributions in the industry. She credits her daily habits to keeping her sane with the ever-changing compliance world.

Join in on the conversation with Anderson and Berman. Log on to the NMP Facebook page and post your questions in the comments section. Anderson and Berman will answer questions live, and discuss important topics in the industry at 4 p.m. EDT, Wednesday, May 12.

Click here to see the previous episode featuring Robbie Chrisman.

Previous guests include Robert Broeksmit, Josh Friend, Joe Dahleen, Tim Nguyen, Kristy Fercho, Tony Thompson, Mat Ishbia, David Luna, Barry Habib, Rob Chrisman and more.

See all the interviews from the Mortgage Leadership Outlook series on its YouTube channel.

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