Napaw Annual Brochure
Created Several pages for the National Association of Professional Mortgage Women 47th Annual Education Conference Brochure
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
Transcripts - Napaw Annual Brochure
“Focused on Mortgage Lendingand Residential Real Estate Since 1997”
WHAT’S INCLUDED: Schedule of Events Special Speakers Tract 1 Education — Royal Flush Tract 2 Education — High Rollers Tract 3 Education — Four of A Kind Industry Panel Presentation Tract 4 Leadership Training — All In A NIGHT OUT ON THE TOWNJoin other NAPMW members as we experience the sights & sounds of"The Biggest Little City” of Reno, Nevada!Admission will include a brief tour of thecity, dinner & a tour of the "National Auto-mobile Museum” (formerly known as TheHarrah’s Collection) http://automuseum.org. This leaves from the hotel& will return members to the hotel.Seating is limited to 60 & reservations are required, Register today!
NAPMW’s 47th Annual EducationTuesday, May 10,2011 (NAPMW) 8:00 1:00 Registration Open (IML/NMLS Courses only) (Naples 1) 8:00 5:30 NMLS 8 Hour Continuing Education Course (Naples 2) 1:00 5:00 Institute of Mortgage Lending: Certification in Mortgage Instruction (CMI) Part I Susan Edwards, CPLP (Location)Wednesday, May 11, 2011 (NAPMW) 12:00 6:00 Registration Desk Open 9:00 5:00 Institute of Mortgage Lending: Certification in Mortgage Instruction (CMI) Part II Susan Edwards, CPLP (Naples 2) 1:00 5:00 Institute of Mortgage Lending: Certification in Mortgage Ethics (CME) Katherine Hardeman, CME, CMI (Naples 1)Thursday, May 12, 2011 (NAPMW) 7:30 3:00 Registration Desk Open 7:30 8:30 Continental Breakfast Available (Capri 1 & 2) 7:30 8:30 First Timer’s Orientation w/NAPMW National Board (Naples 1) 8:30 10:00 Opening Ceremonies Keynote – Victoria Moran “Living a Charmed Life in Good Times & Other Times” (Capri 1 & 2) 10:00 11:45 Track One – Royal Flush “Dimensions of Leadership” - Steve Richmond “Don’t Gamble With the Appraisal Process” - Vicky Thompson “Dodd Frank & Other Industry Changes” - Ken Perry, CMI (Naples 1, 2, & 3) 11:45 1:00 Networking Lunch “Iva’s Advice with a Little Spice” Iva Deobald, GML, CMI, B.S. Past National President, NAPMW (Capri 3 & 4) 1:00 2:45 Track Two – High Rollers “Loan Officer Compensation” - Ken Perry, CMI “FHA News You Can Use” - Juliana Brock, CME, CMI “4 Simple Secrets to Turn Back the Clock” - Victoria Moran (Naples 1, 2, & 3) 3:00 4:45 Track Three – Four of a Kind “Social Media – “Fad or Future?” - Steve Richmond “Advanced Processing – Minimize Conditions” - Juliana Brock, CME, CMI “Are You Waiting in the Wrong Line?” - John Shore, GML “Secondary Marketing in the Current Environment & Changes Over the Last Five Years” – Ralph Armenta (Naples 1, 2, 3, &4)
Conference May 11th-15th 11:30 6:00 Trade Show & Vendor’s Fair (Capri Foyer) 6:15 9:00 Optional Event – A night on the town! National Automobile MuseumFriday, May 13, 2011 (NAPMW) 8:00 9:00 Continental Breakfast Available (Capri 1 & 2) 8:30 11:45 Registration Concludes 9:00 11:30 Industry Panel/Agency Updates Featuring representatives from; FNMA, FHLMC, VA, FHA & PMI (Capri 1 & 2) 11:45 1:45 Awards Luncheon (Capri 3 & 4) 2:00 5:00 National Annual Business Meeting Convenes (Capri 1 & 2) 5:00 6:30 Campaign Night Reception (Capri 3 & 4) 6:30 8:30 Campaign Night: “Aces Wild!” (Capri 3 & 4)Saturday, May 14, 2011 (NAPMW) 7:30 8:30 Delegate Voting 8:30 9:30 High Rollers – Success Breakfast “Why Success is Like Doing a 360 on a Knee Board” Vicky Thompson, CME, President Valuation Management Group (Capri 3 & 4) 9:30 11:30 Track Four – All In NAPMW Leadership Training President’s Training (incoming Local Presidents) Treasurer’s Training (incoming Local & Region Treasurers) NAPMW General Topics Education (Naples 1, 2, & 3) 9:30 11:00 Encore Performance “Are You in the Wrong Line?” John Shore, GML, Past National NAPMW President (Naples 4) 11:45 1:30 Open Lunch Hour 1:00 3:00 Region Meetings Convene (Naples 1, 2, 3, & 4) 3:00 6:00 Break 6:00 7:00 Installation Night Reception (Capri 2, 3, & 4) 7:00 9:00 Installation Banquet – Aces High (Capri 2, 3, & 4)Sunday, May 15, 2011 (NAPMW) 8:30 11:30 National Planning Meeting “Winning the Future with NAPMW” (Peppermill Tower Rm 1735) 12:15 4:00 NAPMW National Board Meeting (Peppermill Tower Rm 1735)
Special Speakers Lyman King a 26 year mortgage industry veteran, & financial goals, Iva switched tracts & became a Lyman served equal amounts of banker & mortgage finance expert, where she re- time on both the operations & pro- mains today. duction side of mortgage lending. Vicky Thompson, CME, President of Valuation This unique perspective allows him Management Group, LLC (VMG), to bring unique “real world experi- holds over 30 years of expertise ence to his presentations. within the mortgage & appraisalSusan Edwards is one of the first in the US to earn industries. Additionally, she is an the designation Certified Profes- active member of several industry sional in Learning & Performance, organizations: Cobb Executive CPLP, via the American society for Women , Cobb Chamber of Commerce, American Training & Development. Susan Business Women’s Association, National Associa- worked for ten years in the public tion of Professional Mortgage Women, Mortgage relations field managing media & Bankers Association of Georgia, National Mortgagecommunity & governmental relations. Bankers Association, Georgia Bankers Association, Community Bankers Association, Georgia Real Es-Kathryn Hardeman involved in the mortgage in- tate Fraud Prevention & Awareness, Southeast dustry since 1982, is currently a Credit Union Real Estate Networking, & an affiliate Loan Originator with Gibraltar member of the Appraisal Institute. Mortgage, LLC. Kathryn for her NAPMW Local Association three Steve Richman nationally recognized sales & mar- times, Central Region once, & Na- keting expert has presented for tional by acting as the Education over 50,000 mortgage & real estateChair for the Orlando Education Conference. professionals. He draws on his ex- periences as a mortgage profes-Linda McCoy - NAPMW National Education Chair sional, litigation attorney, trainer, & is a 36 year veteran of Mortgage consultant for companies of every Lending. Linda has been successfully size. Steve is currently employed by Genworth teaching Mortgage Professionals & Mortgage Insurance as their National Spokesperson consumers over the span of 34 & Customer Sales Trainer. years. She is present at Universities, Trade Associations, & on Television. Ken Perry, CMI, is the President & CEO of Broker Knowledge Group, a training & con-Victoria Moran is the author of ten books, an in- sulting firm specializing in mort- ternational speaker on wellness & gage, real estate & finance educa- personal growth, & a certified life tion. As a 15-year veteran of the coach specializing in transformation mortgage industry, Broker Knowl- & rejuvenation. Moran has ap- edge Group is an approved course peared twice on Oprah as well as provider of the National Mortgage Licensing Sys- NPR’s “All things Considered.” Her tem (NMLS). Ken is dedicated to bringing a unique,Work has been noted in publications including USA “not-what-you-expect” style of education. ExpectToday, The Washington Post, The New York Times, passion & humor with extreme knowledge.O, the Oprah Magazine, Self, Glamour, Cosmo &Real Simple. Juliana Brock, CMI, CME, is CEO for Power Training bringing 27 years experi-Iva Deobald, GML, CMI holds the GML, CMI & ence in the Mortgage Industry. CMP designations. She is a Past Na- Workshop presenter for the Na- tional President & former NAPMW tional Association of Professional Leader of the Year. After five years, Mortgage Women, Oklahoma Mort- in order to pursue her own personal
Special Speakers gage Brokers & Texas Mortgage Brokers. An advisor served as a trust account officer for the Bank ofto the FBI, White Collar Police departments & high California in San Francisco, CA.profile criminal attorneys, Juliana is regarded as Ralph Armenta is a seasoned Secondary & Capitalone of the top Mortgage Subject Matter Experts in Markets professional with over 25the country. years in both mortgage and assetJohn Shore, GML has been training salespeople backed products. He is an active for over 35 years. He holds a Real member of both the National Estate Broker’s license in California Mortgage Bankers Secondary & where he owned a mortgage com- Capital Markets Committee where pany for 20 years & a real estate he chairs the sub-committee on Liquidity and office for 5 years. He has taught Transparency as well as sits on the Loan Origination mortgage banking classes at Cal Committee.State University Fresno & real estate courses at Nancy West has been in mortgage lending sinceFresno City College. He has worked as a National 1977, and has held a variety of po-Trainer for GMAC home services. He is currently sitions within the industry. Nancythe Executive Director of a HUD approved Housing also has extensive mortgage un-Counseling Agency that he helped establish in derwriting background that in-2003. John served NAPMW as the first male Na- cludes programs and products totional President from 1999-2000. FHA, VA, Fannie Mae, FreddieJeff Wilson is the Loan Production Officer at the Mac, as well as to private investors and mortgage Phoenix Regional Loan Center with insurance companies. Nancy holds two degrees; oversight for all program partici- the first is in Real Estate; the second in Education. pants in the VA home loan pro- Nancy has also held a California Real Estate Bro- gram throughout New Mexico, Ari- ker’s license since 1989. zona, Nevada, & California. Prior to Connie J. Ferran has been with Freddie Mac since this position, he was on the VA na- July 1991. From September 2002tional Monitoring Unit as an auditor, traveling through December 2006 Conniethroughout the country auditing lenders that origi- held the position of Vice President,nate VA-guaranteed home loans. Jeff began his ca- Regional Lending Sales overseeingreer in the mortgage industry as a Loan Officer in customer relationships while man-1988. Jeff was educated in Minnesota & is retired aging the Regional Lending salesfrom the US Army as a Major after 21 years of ac- force and customer service support areas. In Janu-tive & reserve service. ary 2007 Connie accepted her current position ofTony Ramirez has been with the U.S. Department VP, Customer Credit Management where her re- of Housing & Urban Development sponsibilities include credit negotiations and cus- since September 1998. Prior to his tomer credit risk management. current position, Tony served as a Colette Porter is a Director of Customer Manage- Community Planning & Develop- ment, Single Family Business, at ment Program Manager in the Fannie Mae. Her primary respon- Rocky Mountain Regional HUD Of- sibility includes managing cus- fice located in Denver, CO, & as a tomer relationships in the PacificCommunity Builder Fellow in the Las Vegas Field Northwest and Northern Califor-Office. Tony served as the Director of Housing & nia. Experienced and knowledge-Community Development for the city of Cheyenne, able in all aspects of mortgage finance and secon-WY & as the principle land-use planner for a re- dary marketing, Colette strives to expand Fanniegional engineering & land-use planning corporation Mae’s role in providing mortgage liquidity in thesein western Wyoming & eastern Idaho. Tony also markets. Colette joined Fannie Mae 18 years ago .
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