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New Advisory Council Elected for Mortgage Diversity Group

The American Mortgage Diversity Council [1] (AMDC) announced results of its first advisory council election during the AMDC Member Meeting on May 2, 2018. The elections were held six weeks prior to the meeting with eight candidates running for seven elected positions to the council.

The group fosters discussion and promotes action through active participation with mortgage lenders, servicers, and related service providers. The group regularly engages with various federal agencies on policies and procedures impacting diversity and inclusion across the mortgage industry.

The AMDC advisory council consists of some of the top names in the industry who guide members of the organization to focus on the group’s core mission of creating a diverse and inclusive mortgage industry for all.

“The AMDC exists to facilitate action that promotes positive change on diversity and inclusion within the residential mortgage industry,” said Ed Delgado, President, and CEO of the Five Star Institute. “These elected leaders are emblematic of the passion and energy for the adoption of inclusive practices, that is embodied throughout the membership. I look forward to serving alongside this distinguished group.”

The following members were elected to the advisory council:

“I am delighted to be a part of the AMDC Council and look forward to continuing to support and advance the mission of the AMDC,” said Haskins on her appointment.

Under the direction of AMDC Chair Kathy Cummings, SVP, Homeownership Solutions and Affordable Housing Programs, Bank of America, and Vice-Chair Charmaine Brown, Director, Engagement and Outreach at the Office of Minorities, Women and Inclusion at Fannie Mae, the newly elected advisory council will continue AMDC’s work of shaping the diversity agenda while advancing solutions that support a broad range of member initiatives that include supply-chain diversity, challenges faced by minorities, LGBT, and women-owned businesses.