TREVOSE, PA, August 3, 2016
LoanLogics, a recognized technology leader in loan quality management and performance analytics, has announced that HousingWire magazine named Leah Fox, EVP, Technology and Services Delivery to their annual Women of Influence list.
This is the sixth year that HousingWire has recognized the women leading our industry forward who represent a range of occupations within the housing economy. All of them demonstrate leadership that inspires those in their own companies, in their communities, and in the industry at large.
"The incredible accomplishments of these 43 women span every part of our industry," Sarah Wheeler, HousingWire Magazine Editor, said. "Their fields of accomplishments vary but their impact is indisputable."
Fox was recently promoted to EVP Technology and Services Delivery and leads LoanLogics' Continuous Process Improvement Initiative.
Notably, Fox led the application development efforts for the LoanHD® Investor Module. As a result of her efforts and team leadership, the LoanHD® Investor Module has automated and simplified the funding process for investors, reducing the days required to fund loans by 40%-50%. Productivity has increased, with loans per person each day increasing 2-2.5 times, and investors now performing timely, accurate pre purchase audits and clearing defects prior to funding.
Fox's role drives personal engagement across her organization in support of LoanLogics' corporate culture in which employees can identify ways to increase efficiencies and streamline Services Delivery.
Some of HW's 2016 award winners have worked their way up in traditional mortgage companies, while others came from other industries. Fox has served in significant leadership positions for more than15 years outside the mortgage industry, with responsibility for successfully managing key business units with multi-million-dollar P&Ls, and staffs of 200 people. She is now leveraging that experience to drive advancements in mortgage technology using the strong business management acumen and excellent people skills she has developed.
Throughout her career, Fox has served as a mentor to colleagues, with many emerging as business leader's ready to handle management responsibilities. "I've been lucky to have had wonderful mentors, and that is something I've been committed to being for my colleagues at LoanLogics, EBay and everywhere I've worked," said Fox.
From a personal perspective, Fox is committed to giving back to the community. She is the vice chairperson of the Innovative Technology Action Group (ITAG), a non-profit organization that offers youth programs in partnership with the Chester County Economic Development Council, such as Girls Exploring Tomorrow's Technology (GETT). GETT is a one-day conference designed for girls interested in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) careers and excited to begin taking coursework for these careers.
Fox has also planned and hosted events targeted at high school students and younger professionals both at LoanLogics and eBay. And, she coaches girls JV sports, Volleyball and Softball, helping girls build confidence through achievement in sports.
"It's the influence part of this award that is unique," said Jacob Gaffney, Editor-In-Chief of HousingWire. "The impact of these women is expansive, going far beyond the day-to-day responsibilities they have. These are women who invest their time and energy for the future of our industry, with spectacular results."
HousingWire Magazine is a monthly magazine that provides in-depth context and insight spanning the people, issues and data that matter in mortgage finance and real estate. The magazine offers readers insight on U.S housing and finance from leading national columnists, as well as exclusive features that tackle hard-hitting issues in real estate finance and bring to life the people that make markets.
The publication is available in print or in digital format across multiple devices (iPad, Kindle, and more.)
LoanLogics was founded eleven years ago to improve the transparency and accuracy of the mortgage process and improve the quality of loans. LoanLogics serves the needs of residential mortgage lenders, servicers, insurers, and investors that want to improve loan quality, performance and reliability throughout the loan lifecycle. It develops advanced solutions that help clients validate compliance, improve profitability, and manage risk during the manufacture, sale and servicing of loan assets. Achieving these goals was the motivation in the development of the industry's first Enterprise Loan Quality and Performance Analytics Platform. To learn more, visit www.loanlogics.com.Back to news...