New Lightning Round Session – Shine Even More Brightly in the Pursuit of Your Career Success!
Tuesday August 9, 2022 at 1pm central time
As an industry leader, investing in the future of your career and the success of your mortgage lending operation should be paramount on your list of priorities. Register today for the ACUMA Annual Conference, scheduled for Sept. 18-21 in Las Vegas, to tap into the critical resources to drive that success to even greater heights.
To set the stage, be sure to sign on to ACUMA’s next LIGHTNING ROUND – “Insights into Industry Leadership” – during which ACUMA President Peter Benjamin, CMB, has personal one-on-one conversations with five Annual Conference session leaders, some of our industry’s brightest lights when it comes to setting the path for continued growth and success.
Tune in on Tuesday, August 9, at 1 p.m. CDT (2 p.m. EDT, 11 a.m. PDT) to hear the latest wisdom from Adam, Bill, Ginger, Mitchell and Casey.
- This session will be interactive so come with your questions.
- Session will be recorded.
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Adam Pickett, MBA
Founder and president of Accelergy
Adam Pickett, MBA, founder and president of Accelergy, has a passion for setting up companies for success. With experience drawn from years spent with The Walt Disney Company to helping establish a widely successful consumer tech startup, Adam’s enthusiasm for success and improvement has been influential throughout the credit union mortgage lending movement nationwide.
William McNeil, J.D.
Founder and CEO of Accelergy
William McNeil, J.D., founder and CEO of Accelergy a natural-born sales strategist. A lawyer by profession, Bill pioneered a tech startup that sent contracts and invoices within 30 seconds, allowing businesses to dramatically increase close rates and revenues. He brings his success and energy to every organization he works with by implementing a ‘block and tackle’ approach to inspiring sales through process enhancements.
Founder of Edumarketing
Ginger Bell, founder of Edumarketing, is an eight-time best-selling author, Emmy and Telly Award-winner with more than 20 years’ experience developing mortgage training programs.
She’s been named one of Mortgage Banking’s Most Powerful Women, an Elite Woman of Lending and countless other awards and honors, and she has much to say about what will and won’t work in charting our collective future.
W.H. Mitchell Redd
Senior Vice President of FHN Financial Capital Assets Corp.
W.H. Mitchell Redd, senior vice president of FHN Financial Capital Assets Corp., has helped set the nation’s standards in developing lending strategies designed to create longer-term financial performance. As leader of his firm’s loan advisory group, he works with an eye toward studying issues and trends associated with composition, value, credit rate, interest rate risk, and more. His insights and acumen may astound you.
CEO and Founder of XINNIX Inc.
Casey Cunningham, CEO and founder of XINNIX Inc., draws on 35 years of mortgage experience as one of the industry’s most influential visionaries today. Twice-named a “HousingWire Woman of Influence”, and one of Mortgage Banker Magazine’s 2022 “Legends of Lending”, she cultivates environments of excellence and may be among the most interesting – and important — people you will ever meet.
Peter J. Benjamin, CMB
Peter J. Benjamin, CMB is the President of the American Credit Union Mortgage Association (ACUMA). A mortgage professional with 20 years of experience, Benjamin has held various positions throughout the mortgage industry including Senior Vice President of Mortgage Lending for Lafayette Federal Credit Union in Rockville, MD. During his time at Lafayette Federal, Benjamin led a high performing mortgage team that exceeded production and budget goals each year, reduced the Credit Union’s cycle times to the industry required timeframes; and improved the credit union’s application pull-through rate. As an association, Benjamin wants to see ACUMA members continue to foster the collaborative spirit that has made the association so great and work together to support the American Dream of homeownership. He sees ACUMA as a vital education arm that helps Member Credit Unions gain market share in the mortgage industry.