Aspen Grove Solutions, a Maryland-based mortgage technology solutions provider, has appointed JK Huey to its Advisory Board. Huey brings over 35 years of experience in the financial services industry. Recently retired from Wells Fargo, Huey will offer her expertise to assist Aspen Grove in providing technology solutions to the mortgage industry.
“JK’s extensive knowledge, industry experience, and exemplary reputation will help guide Aspen’s business to ensure we are providing the right solutions to the industry,” said Sean Ryan, CEO at Aspen Grove Solutions. “We are delighted to welcome JK onto our Advisory Board and we look forward to many years working together to improve the outcomes for everyone including the borrower.”
Throughout her career, Huey has demonstrated her passion for excellent service to customers and communities. Before joining Wells Fargo, she held senior management positions at other large companies where she oversaw a variety of areas, including customer service, default management, retail production, and acquisitions.
“I am honored to be asked to serve on Aspen Grove’s Advisory Board. Knowing the challenges, the industry is faced with and having worked with many technology solutions; I know the team at Aspen Grove is ready to provide the support and solutions needed for companies to be successful. I’m looking forward to assisting them in the development of tools and solutions to better serve their clients,” Huey said.
As well as being a certified mortgage banker, an accredited mortgage professional, and a member of MORPAC and loan administration committees, Huey was recently appointed as the Chairman Emeritus of the National Mortgage Service Organization. She has received the 2014 Five Star Lifetime Achievement Award, the 2012 Larry E. Temple Distinguished Service Award, and the 1992 Young Mortgage Banker of the Year Award. In the past, she served as President of the Texas Mortgage Bankers Association and served on the Black Knight Mortgage Advisory Board, the Fannie Mae Customer Advisory Board, and the Freddie Mac Servicer Advisory Board.