By Component Servicing Analyst Mary Muratore Working at a remote office for a large company can sometimes present unique challenges. Company culture may not entirely translate between offices. Team members across offices communicate via phone or email rather than in-person. Supervisors guide and manage direct reports without ever grabbing a morning coffee together. Yet, each […]
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On Wednesday, Digital Risk lady leaders from across all offices came together for a luncheon full of relationship building, mentoring and good old girl power! This occasion marked the company’s second annual businesswomen event. The luncheon was developed to unite Digital Risk mentors with aspiring leaders, or mentees, to support both Mentees and Mentors in […]
As students across America graduated from primary, secondary and collegiate schools throughout May, Digital Risk had our own celebration for our Leadership Development Academy graduates! Program graduates from our Jacksonville and Maitland offices received their certificates of completion last month. As you may recall from our previous Blog posts about the Leadership Development Academy, the […]
Would you walk on the wings of a plane, flying thousands of miles in the air just for fun? Perhaps you would prefer diving into the depths of the ocean to get acquainted with a great white? Most bucket lists consist of a trip to Europe or maybe seeing the Grand Canyon. But not D-Risker […]
A person’s first job is usually accompanied by a new apartment, the freedom of living alone and maybe a new car. However, most recent graduates don’t realize that the complete package also includes paying your own rent, making car payments and being kicked off of your parents’ insurance plan. Besides getting a job, there are two very important items you need to have on your checklist to be able to afford this freedom: 1) continue to learn and grow and 2) make the journey fun.
Robert Bosch provides a shining example of the type of D-Riskers that make our company a success. He plays an integral role in cultivating a genuine, humble, caring, fun and yet challenging environment. Since joining Digital Risk four years ago Robert has worn many hats. He began as a processor and has worked his way up to become a processing team manager. Robert’s story is one in which he’s succeeded in climbing the corporate ladder to achieve high goals.
Graduating from college surely meant jobs would be easy to find, right? Well, as for my experience, finding a job was very frustrating because of a lack of certain technical skills, such as database (SQL) and advanced Excel (VBA). These were critical skills in the finance, business and technology fields.
By Underwriter Christine Carcel and Compliance Team Lead Carrie Eanes
Two, or more, heads are definitely better than one. The Digital Risk Transaction Management team proved this to be true. The team was asked to pursue a project outside of work in an effort to bring the entire team together, including D-Riskers in the Jacksonville, Boca and Maitland, Florida offices.
Great news – Digital Risk is going social! Here at Digital Risk, charity has always been a cornerstone activity that brings D-Riskers together. In continuing that tradition and connectedness, we’re hosting a charitable initiative, The Race To 2014, via our Facebook page, Digital Risk! Essentially, we will give $2,014 to a charity voted by D-Riskers and their friends and families on Facebook!
Yesterday evening, 10 D-Risker ladies came together to celebrate Digital Risk Nominees at the Orlando Business Journal 16th Annual Women Who Mean Business Awards. These honored nominees include SVP Administration Operations Dena Jalbert, SVP of Capital Markets Kristina Cmorey, VP of DRMS Quality Leader Traci Cox and Director of Talent Acquisition Nicole Oliver. As a […]
As a 17 year old single mother, Christina knew the road wouldn’t be easy, she knew that the odds were stacked very heavily against her. And, if she didn’t know it, there were plenty of people around her telling her that she wouldn’t get very far in life. She knew it wouldn’t be easy, but she also knew, deep down inside, that she could make it and that she would do everything she could possibly do to become successful.
Digital Risk Processor Debbie Suttie began her career in the mortgage industry and constantly found herself stumbling into training positions. Wanting to be a teacher from a very young age, she quickly discovered that she didn’t have to leave her dream behind, that she could do both by utilizing her industry knowledge to teach others that growth and learning are vital to our success.
D-Riskers were running, walking and relaying throughout the State of Florida this past weekend all for a good cause!
D-Riskers from our Orlando offices relayed, camped out and sold delicious Latin Food at the Relay For Life of Apopka on Saturday, April 5 at Wekiva High School track. Team “Digital Risk” Captain and Talent Management Coordinator Katherine Gil baked the infamous beef and pizza empanadas and beef and pork rellanas de papa (potato balls) that are always an event favorite. Katherine and team “Digital Risk” have participated in Relay For Life of Apopka for three years now.
Let’s Catch Up with Digital Risk’s Leadership Development Academy Graduates Since January 2014, Digital Risk has celebrated the graduations of 47 Leadership Development Academy participants from our Lake Mary and Maitland offices! This is not only a tremendous accomplishment for our graduates, program creator and Manager of Leadership Development Dean Budney, and the company as […]
On Tuesday, Digital Risk officially kicked off our P4 Mentor Program! The P4 (Preparing Protégés through Professional Partnerships) Mentor Program is a companywide initiative created to help high-potential D-Riskers in their professional and personal development by pairing them with Digital Risk leaders as their Mentors.