Reaching Health Goals and So Much More! Javan Berry’s Experience. As we approach the fourth month of 2016, finishing up one-third of the year, many of us are likely reflecting on our New Year’s resolutions. While some of us are gleefully enjoying the changes we’ve made in our lives, others may be struggling to get […]
According to Digital Risk Manager Avenash Singh, one of the reasons he joined Digital Risk in November of 2011 was its unique approach to the mortgage industry and superior reputation as an innovative company. As a licensed appraiser since 2002, he joined the company’s valuation team, Digital Risk Valuation Services. While his background was in appraisals, Avenash collaborated on projects with various departments including forensic mortgage loan review, mortgage loan originations, analytics, and more. Digital Risk’s culture of invention and openness toward ideas has been just the environment for Avenash to thrive, and he feels endlessly fortunate to have learned from the best.
Defined as meaning to begin again, the idiom “starting over” has a plethora of connotations, including apprehension, excitement and disappointment. Likely, we all had to start over at some point in our lives, whether it is attending a new school, moving to a new town or starting a new job. As for Digital Risk Pipeline Analyst Jean Pierre “JP” Sat, starting over has been a regular occurrence throughout his life.
Just over five years ago, in November 2009, Ashley Campbell started her first day at Digital Risk as a Data Capture Analyst at the company’s office in Maitland. Since then, as Digital Risk grew and prospered, Ashley too spread her wings and achieved many firsts. Within two months of her start date, Ashley was promoted […]
“Ask Chris Bevan, he should know.” Countless Digital Risk team members have heard this phrase at some point during their time with the company. As one of the D-Riskers behind many of the forensic loan review tools and enhancements to Digital Risk’s proprietary loan underwriting system (LUSY), Chris is a go-to guy for data analysis questions related to LUSY and other tools at the company.
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 […]
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.