Have you ever met a “servant leader”? Would you know if you have? Although the phrase ‘servant leadership’ has been around since Robert K. Greenleaf’s 1970 “The Servant as Leader” essay, the topic regained popularity with the essay’s 25th anniversary edition. Fast forward to today, and you will find that one servant leadership enthusiast in […]
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.
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 […]
Deadlines upon deadlines, client call after client call, pages and pages of deliverables… Hours seem like minutes, project status calls seem like quick check-ins, department meetings seem like quick huddles, and lunch – forget about it? This may sound a little too hectic to some, but Transaction Management Manager Kim Gangwisch has never been happier. […]
Have you heard the phrase “jack of all trades, master of none”? The saying implies that by trying to learn many things, one loses the opportunity to master any of them. Yet, as Digital Risk Cash Management Manager Mary Buczkowski proves, learning is not a zero-sum activity. Everyone has at least one hobby, right? Mary […]
Four and a half years ago, Sharon Weems joined Digital Risk thinking she would begin her career journey as a forensic underwriter. However, four years, five months and two weeks ago, Sharon made the only departmental transition she’s ever experienced during her tenure with the company, joining a brand new team, known then as Client Solutions.
How many people have you impacted throughout your career? How would you describe your career path to this point? Touching the lives of over 800 D-Riskers, Sr. Manager of Data Capture Denise Vontobel may be able to describe her career journey as a legacy. Joining the company in March of 2009, Denise was part of […]
Lake Mary office Sr. Manager of Verifications, Adrian Johnson is most likely one of the best examples of Digital Risk’s Guiding Principle #5 “We love to win.” “I’m a very competitive person… and I’m good with whatever Digital Risk throws my way,” Adrian commented while discussing the reasons for her success at Digital Risk. And […]
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.
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.
You might think a man of few words would fall short in sharing information, but Perry Hochstetler, Sr. Director, Advisory Services, believes strongly that truth and transparency is not only desired but required. Speaking from his personal experience, Perry says, “Knowing what and why helps team members gain a better understanding of their jobs, helps them feel included, and helps them perform their jobs better and have a greater impact on the team.”