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QC Ally has announced that Kristin Broadley joined the company as chief innovation officer. With a mortgage background spanning more than 20 years — most recently as vice president of enterprise risk for Rocket Central — Broadley will help elevate the company’s position as the leader in tech-enabled enterprise loan quality and audit services for the financial services industry, it said.
Broadley started her career in the wholesale market, originating and processing loans — ultimately landing at Quicken Loans/Rocket Mortgage in 2002. There, she spent time in various areas of origination, from underwriting to closing, and transitioned to risk in 2008.
“After leading several teams within QC (quality control), fraud, and risk, I’ve learned the impact and certainty a proactive risk program provides,” Broadley said. “After speaking to the leadership team and understanding their vision for improving loan quality and fraud detection in the mortgage industry, I was thrilled to join the QC Ally family.”
In her new role, Broadley will combine her extensive risk background with an entrepreneurial mindset to unlock new market opportunities for the company, the company said.
As an industry leader, Broadley has made a lasting impact on the markets she has served during her long-standing financial services career, including a transformation of process, certainty, and efficiency — one of which resulted in a patent.
Kristin's leadership has been instrumental in the evolution of our risk management strategy at Rocket Mortgage. We thank her for creating innovative solutions and effectively executing them during her tenure with the company,” said Julie Booth, chief financial officer and treasurer of Rocket Mortgage Companies.
“I have known Kristin for over 10 years from my time leading Fannie Mae’s credit risk team, and QC Ally is lucky to have Kristin join its leadership team,” added Jenney Shen, head of customer experience at Freedom Mortgage. “I have always been impressed with Kristin as a risk professional.”
QC Ally was acquired in March by Narrow Gauge Capital, followed by a rebrand in August. “We are only as successful as the team we surround ourselves with,” said QC Ally Chief Operating Officer and President Donna Gibson. “I am beyond excited to have Kristin join our growing team of industry trailblazers to help us continue to realize our vision of achieving true enterprise quality throughout the lifecycle of the loan in concert with our client partners.”