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.
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 […]
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 […]
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.