Notable mortgage industry additions and promotions, Aug 14-18

Black Knight announced that Lucie Fortier was named as executive vice president of the company’s MLS Solutions group under its data and analytics division. In her new role, Fortier will develop strategy and oversee development, sales and client support for the team, which is focused on delivering premier solutions and support to the real estate market. Fortier has extensive experience in senior leadership roles for large real estate solutions providers, most recently as vice president of product management for data and search at Compass. She also spent more than nine years over two different stints at CoreLogic, notably as executive leader of product management.

Gateway Mortgage, a division of Gateway First Bank, announced the promotion of Mark Revard to division executive vice president and national production manager. In this new role, Revard will be directly responsible for all distributive retail sales, including 115 mortgage centers across the country in 43 states. Revard, a mortgage executive for more than 30 years, has held a variety of sales leadership roles over the past 10 years. He is a graduate of Oklahoma State University.

Cenlar FSB announced several new appointments, including S. Courtney Collier-Beyer to director of human resources compliance and employee relations; Ajanta Jain to director of information security for Cyber GRC; William Keller to director of financial planning and analysis; Austin Stoop to director of enterprise risk management; and Terry Webb to director of IT. Collier-Beyer will ensure compliance with all relevant employment laws, regulations, policies and practices. Before joining Cenlar, she served as vice president of employee relations at State Street Bank. She was also director of employee relations at DeVry Medical International; senior employment practices partner at AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals; and senior manager of employee relations at Covance Inc. Collier-Beyer holds a J.D. from Catholic University of America. Jain will be responsible for the execution of security efforts related to regulatory examinations, audits, compliance, SOC1/SOC2 engagements and enterprise risk management activities. Prior to joining Cenlar, Jain held various leadership roles at Sallie Mae, Vanguard and Wells Fargo. She earned her MBA from Drexel University and is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania. Keller will be responsible for implementing and supporting models used to effectively measure performance across the organization. Before coming to Cenlar, he was director of financial planning and analysis at Homepoint Financial LLC, and director of corporate financial planning and analysis at NewRez LLC. Keller holds an MBA from Arcadia University. Stoop previously served as vice president of servicing compliance at AHP Servicing and as director of compliance testing at PHH Mortgage Corp. Webb will be focused on the operational effectiveness, stability and security of the infrastructure at Cenlar. He previously served as the vice president of infrastructure at Ocwen Financial and Homeward Residential, as well as leading the digital transformation of disaster recovery and business resiliency for Mortgage Connect LP.

The Appraisal Institute announced that Cindy Chance was named CEO. Chance joins the Appraisal Institute after creating and growing the Urban Land Institute’s online education efforts and serving as an executive vice president and member of its leadership team. She earned a Ph.D. in philosophy from Georgetown University.

JLL Capital Markets announced that C.J. Kelly joined the firm as a managing director focused on debt and equity advisory in its Atlanta office. He joins JLL from CBRE, where he founded its Southeast Institutional Group debt and structured finance team. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Harvard University.

Toorak Capital Partners announced that Scott Goldman joined the company as head of asset management. Goldman will be responsible for managing Toorak’s asset portfolio and servicing oversight process. Goldman brings nearly 25 years of experience to the firm. Prior to joining Toorak, he served as vice president at Cenlar FSB and had a 17-year tenure at Ally, where he rose to the position of managing director. He earned a bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of Pittsburgh along with a master’s degree in public policy and finance from American University.


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