Using Our Resources to Improve Lives

We are CoreLogic. A company that captures data driven property insights to help power the global real estate economy. Our insights make dreams come true... including the dream of home ownership.

The full power of our data and insights is unleashed by our talented team. This team is the foundation of our diverse and inclusive culture. We encourage our team members to bring their point of view at work every day, to contribute to building our insights and the value we add.

By connecting clients to better information, we are improving the way people live, the way our industry operates, and making dreams come true. CoreLogic is committed to helping transitioning veterans power their careers after their military service.

LeaP - Operational Leadership Program

CoreLogic is continually developing top operating talent to support our growing business. As our business evolves, we look to high performing talent to accelerate our transformation, sponsor innovation and drive performance.

CoreLogic has created LeaP - an Operational Leadership Program specifically for transitioning Junior Military Officers with demonstrated operations, logistics and leadership experience to add the insights of military veterans to our team.

LeaP is a rotational program designed to promote accelerated development for transitioning junior military officers to leadership positions within our core operating areas of the business.

Through a series of three rotations, LeaP Associates have the opportunity to learn about our operational business units, engage in quality and process improvement initiatives and ultimately advance to management roles in operations at the completion of the program.

LeaP is a formal experiential training and development program designed to accelerate the transition to in the private sector while taking advantage of the knowledge, learning and experience gained through active military service.

Will you take the LeaP?

Learn More About LeaP

  • Bachelor’s degree in Business Management, Engineering, MIS or a related field with a minimum GPA of 3.0.
  • Previous demonstrated leadership experience.
  • Previous operational experience with a track record of successfully completing projects and assignments.
  • Knowledge of Lean or Six Sigma methodologies preferred.
  • Successful experience navigating high volume, fast-paced, change-oriented environments.
  • Strong written/ verbal communication skills; strong interpersonal skills and presentation abilities with the ability to effectively and proactively communicate with individuals at all levels of the organization.
  • Collaborative style; ability to develop and maintain effective internal and external working relationships.
  • Strong analytical skills; solid decision making capabilities coupled with the ability to analyze situations and recommend solutions. Sound judgment.
  • Ability to recognize and support the organization’s preferences and priorities.
  • Effective at managing multiple priorities under tight deadlines, ability to deliver solid and consistent results by bringing assignments to successful completion. Strong organization and prioritization skills.
  • Strong financial and technical acumen.

 Dan Weitzel

Dan Weitzel

U.S. Army, Armor

"Making the transition out of the military was a mixture of excitement and anxiety – eagerness for new experiences, and uncertainty as to what industry or career path to choose. I found myself unsure of where I could best leverage my skills while also building business acumen and gaining practical experience. The Leadership Program (LeaP) at CoreLogic has afforded me the opportunity to not only understand and differentiate the various career paths/ functions available, but has also allowed me to gain invaluable hands on experience day after day. With buy-in at the highest levels of the organization, LeaP Associates have unprecedented access to the knowledge and insights of the executives and senior leaders that have guided and ultimately propelled CoreLogic to the level it is at today.

As a transitioning military officer, I can easily relate to the “crawl, walk, run” methodology, a concept that LeaP has adopted by providing a 3-rotation, 18-month program that builds in responsibility, impact-potential and performance expectation with each rotation. The LeaP HR team and Steering Committee have built unique, robust plans focused on ensuring each individual LeaP Associate has the resources they need to tackle the challenging projects they are assigned in each rotation. This program has been an incredible way to assess my interests, gain valuable knowledge and make a significant impact on the business units I have been a part of. There are many organizations looking to capitalize on the skillsets a military officer has to offer, but I truly believe you cannot find an organization or program with the same level of exposure, executive and leader buy-in, placement opportunities and potential for future advancement that you will find as a member of the CoreLogic LeaP Program."

 Dan Weitzel

Anastacia Marchand

U.S. Army, Military Intelligence

Leadership development programs are a dime a dozen in today’s workforce – especially for transitioning military officers. What CoreLogic brings to the table with their program is a unique and individualized approach – no two associates follow the exact same path. Each rotation presents a new challenge and a new opportunity to grow and develop a personal brand within the company. The added benefit, with each new rotation, is a chance to build a network with different company leaders at all levels.

As a Junior Military Officer, the team at CoreLogic didn’t expect me to know everything. They expected me to bring a unique perspective and an eagerness to learn their business. Now that I have been here almost 9 months, I know this is the place for me – I’m excited to grow with the company and make an impact."

 Heather Burch

Heather Burch

U.S. Army, Military Intelligence

"When I transitioned from the Army I hoped to join an innovative company that shapes their industry and values the way former military leaders can thrive in a dynamic business environment. The LeaP Leadership Program at CoreLogic is unique because it allows you to learn how different business units operate, which provides tremendous insight into the company as a whole. Within the first few weeks of my first rotation I quickly improved my understanding of sales, contracting, analytics, compliance, and product management to effectively collaborate and fulfill business initiatives. Prior to my second rotation, the LeaP HR team considered career fields I wanted to explore and identified an opportunity where the need for professionals who can rapidly take responsibility for challenging new projects is in high demand.

As a LeaP Associate, I regularly interact with mentors whose guidance, development and genuine investment compliments my experience on rotations. There is also tremendous comradery amongst my LeaP peers who are valued members of my professional network. I truly believe that the Leadership Program will continue to foster a rewarding career with endless opportunities here at CoreLogic and I am excited for what lies ahead.”

Colby Park

U.S. Army, Infantry

"Transitioning out of the military can be a challenge. What career field do I want to go into? Where can I leverage my strengths to provide the most benefit? What does “Operations” mean in the Corporate Environment?” These were all questions that I had during my transition. CoreLogic has created an incredible Leadership Rotational Program (LeaP) that has facilitated an environment to help answer all these questions and more. The LeaP program is a 12 to 18 month, 3 rotation program that allows the Associate to learn at a crawl, walk, and run pace.

During CoreLogic’s LeaP Program, you have the opportunity to become connected with the senior leaders in the Company, instantly building your internal network. You will immediately be put into a business segment that wants and needs your innovation and ideas by giving you responsibility over a meaningful project(s). Each project will put you in a position to grow your network and work with many different business segments throughout the Company. Throughout the program you will gain exposure to CoreLogic and will get a better idea of where you want your career to go. Ultimately, you will be given a team and put into a Management position as a people leader to demonstrate your skill sets."

MEET OUR VETERANS

Derek Bassett

Derek Bassett

Principal, Corporate Information Security

Please briefly share your military experience.
I spent 14 years in the military in two different branches. I was on active duty with the Marine Corps and spent the last several years in the Army reserves finishing as a Signal Officer in Los Angeles. Honor, courage and commitment were the values that guided us.

Please briefly describe your role and scope of responsibilities at CoreLogic.
I am a Director of Information Security currently supporting the Mortgage Technology & Insurance and Spatial groups. I function as a Corporate liaison and risk manager from an information security perspective.

Why did you come to CoreLogic and what motivates you to stay with the organization?
I came to CoreLogic because of their diversity and depth, and also wanted to work for an industry leader. What really motivated me to join was meeting with several of the leaders during my interview process and hearing about their innovative approach, insight and future plans in the market. Being a part of change is always exciting.

How does CoreLogic promote a diverse and military-friendly work environment?
CoreLogic’s LEAP program is a great example of their commitment and respect for those who served in the military. Team work, leadership skills, and the ability to work under pressure are just a few of the strengths that military talent brings to the table, and CoreLogic recognizes that. Couple that with motivation and the drive to succeed, and you have a recipe for success benefiting both sides.

Bryce Bucknell

Bryce Bucknell

Executive, Sales

Please briefly share your military experience.
I attended West Point and served in the military for five and a half years as an Infantry Officer stationed at Fort Carson, Colorado.

Please briefly describe your role and scope of responsibilities at CoreLogic.
I serve as the Enterprise Inside Sales Leader, overseeing the mid to mass market relationships for CoreLogic’s various business segments.

Why did you come to CoreLogic and what motivates you to stay with the organization?
I used to be a former client of CoreLogic and was fascinated by the business model and where the company played in the real estate ecosystem. I joined the organization because I wanted to work in an entrepreneurial and innovative environment. I am motivated by the high-pace atmosphere- at times, the tempo of CoreLogic is similar to being in the military. I thrive on the fast pace and helping the organization constantly seeking new ways to grow.

How does CoreLogic promote a diverse and military-friendly work environment?
CoreLogic’s Vision, Mission and Values, similar to the values of the military, are at the heart of the company. By embracing the Vision, Mission and Values, it helps new employees assimilate to the culture of CoreLogic, which resonates closely with veterans.

Brandon Emerson

Brandon Emerson

Principal, Program Management

Please briefly share your military experience.
I served as an infantryman in the United States Marine Corps from 1997 to 2003.

Please briefly describe your role and scope of responsibilities at CoreLogic.
I have served in several roles during my time at CoreLogic to include technology program manager, operating model design consultant, post-acquisition integration lead and product manager.

Why did you come to CoreLogic and what motivates you to stay with the organization?
I came to CoreLogic from a Big Four consulting firm where I was predominantly focused on process improvement and regulatory response initiatives for several top tier financial services companies. I was drawn to CoreLogic because of the opportunity to join an established, but relatively young company where I could leverage my professional experience to drive the development of transformational products and solutions without being on the road week after week. The thing that I enjoy most about working at CoreLogic is the wide variety of opportunities and work assignments they provide to help me continue my professional development through exposure to new clients and industry segments.

How does CoreLogic promote a diverse and military-friendly work environment?
CoreLogic is an ideal place for veterans to pursue a career beyond their military service. Values like initiative, accountability, integrity, engagement and teamwork are highly regarded across the organization and echo many of the same character traits that are reinforced across all branches of the U.S. military. Additionally, CoreLogic has developed a rotational operational leadership program called LeaP and a Veteran’s Employee Resource Group to promote the assimilation and success of employees who are veterans. Beyond employment, CoreLogic has developed community partnerships with veteran and military-related initiatives like Toys for Tots and the Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation.

James Han

James Han

Operations Leader, Credit Services

Please briefly share your military experience.
I attended the United States Naval Academy and served in the Marine Corps as a Field Artillery Officer. I had the honor to lead Marines in training and on deployments to Afghanistan, Japan, and Australia.

Please briefly describe your role and scope of responsibilities at CoreLogic.
My role is an Operations Leader in Credit Services. I lead the daily operations for a team that is responsible for product fulfillment services that support the mortgage origination process. My focus is on developing team members through coaching to deliver an effortless customer experience to our clients.

Why did you come to CoreLogic and what motivates you to stay with the organization?
I left the Marine Corps in 2016 to start a career in business. The CoreLogic LeaP Program provided an opportunity to rotate through different business functions and network with various business leaders. It was the ideal transition program from the military. I am motivated to stay with CoreLogic because of the people I work with and the opportunity to solve challenging problems in the industry.

How does CoreLogic promote a diverse and military-friendly work environment?
CoreLogic invests in the military community. They promote the LeaP Program, partner with the Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation and are committed to hiring veterans. CoreLogic veterans also formed the San Diego Veterans Council in 2017 with the full support of CoreLogic.

Laura Kelly

Laura Kelly

Managing Director, Strategic Programs

Please briefly share your military experience.
My time with the military was a great experience. I was on active duty for several years, responsible for budgeting, operations and finance components of several units. During my time, I was based locally in California, Texas and Alabama. The military culture is a great way to start out your career, as it teaches you to be motivated by mission – not money, and strong work ethic – there is no concept of a 40-hour work week in the military. The passion and dedication of veterans is truly inspirational.

Please briefly describe your role and scope of responsibilities at CoreLogic.
I am the Managing Director of Strategic Process Excellence and Drive for Excellence programs at CoreLogic.

Why did you come to CoreLogic and what motivates you to stay with the organization?
I came to CoreLogic because of the opportunity to be part of something under significant change and evolution. I am very much motivated by transformation – it stimulates my creative side. At the same time, I found this opportunity to be a chance to shape an industry and lead a strong group of people in the organization.

How does CoreLogic promote a diverse and military-friendly work environment?
CoreLogic is very committed to, and excited about hiring and developing military officers, whether through the LeaP program or throughout the organization. It can be daunting to move from the military to civilian sector – you don’t know what you don’t know and sometimes can undervalue yourself in the process. CoreLogic is a company that is transparent and open about its interest in leveraging the talents of military veterans and recognizes the skills and competencies they can bring to the organization.

Joe Kreshak

Joe Kreshak

Senior Professional, Instructional Design

Please briefly share your military experience.
I enlisted in the US Navy in the later part of the Vietnam era. I attended boot camp and basic electronics in San Diego, Electronics Technician A school in Treasure Island and Nuclear Power in Vallejo, CA. I trained fellow service men, onboard ship systems, communications, and diagnostic troubleshooting skills for Radar, Sonar, Radio, Crypto, Satellite and other electronic equipment.

Please briefly describe your role and scope of responsibilities at CoreLogic.
I am a Senior Instructional Designer on the Underwriting and Workflow Solutions team. I work to expand the leadership and technical skills of our employees, and teach individuals how to best utilize their natural talents for the benefit of themselves, their world and the company.

Why did you come to CoreLogic and what motivates you to stay with the organization?
I have a very diverse background of experiences, and was presented with an opportunity to draw upon them with the development of a newly formed, growing, ever-evolving organization. I stay because of the pace of new challenges, the continual growth, the never-ending experiences and the support of my leadership.

How does CoreLogic promote a diverse and military-friendly work environment?
The military develops a disciplined “can do” attitude, not readily found elsewhere. They create an atmosphere in which the difficult is easy, and the impossible is possible. CoreLogic realizes that discipline and can do attitude is exactly what is needed to stay competitive in the business world of today. CoreLogic understands the value of this experience, and has created programs to integrate the veteran into our high-performing, customer-focused, values-driven company.

Stephen Quesinberry

Stephen Quesinberry

Leader, Account Management

Please briefly share your military experience.
My military experience started with a collegiate ROTC program at Georgia Southern University. I then served as a Field Artillery Officer stationed at Fort Hood and South Korea. Throughout my four years, I had the opportunity to stretch and grow as a leader through several assignments.

Please briefly describe your role and scope of responsibilities at CoreLogic.
I am a leader in Global Sales & Marketing and lead a team of Account Managers. My team is responsible for onboarding new clients, managing account maintenance and building relationships to retain clients.

Why did you come to CoreLogic and what motivates you to stay with the organization?
In 2015 I made the decision to leave the military and found the CoreLogic LeaP Program. The LeaP program was an excellent opportunity to assimilate in a corporate environment, while also learning the core business functions. In my opinion, one of the more exciting aspects about CoreLogic is the fast-paced environment that embraces change. I enjoy working at an evolving company where I can affect change and make a difference.

How does CoreLogic promote a diverse and military-friendly work environment?
CoreLogic is committed to fostering and growing talent. The company has demonstrated this by their commitment to the newly created LeaP Program. The program targets military leaders with no prior industry experience necessary. Additionally, the CoreLogic values of Clients First, Ownership, Respect and Engagement are very similar the values instilled in the military.

Support for Our Veterans

CoreLogic has a strong reputation as a valued partner in driving meaningful change through a variety of civic engagements that strengthen the financial and social well-being of our communities. Service is embedded in what we do and collectively our employees act as a catalyst to elevate and unlock the potential of individuals and nurture community growth by donating their expertise and time to worthy causes.

We broaden our reach by partnering with a variety of philanthropic charities and nonprofit organizations that advocate for making a meaningful difference in the lives of others through positive actions. Our targeted areas of focus are charities supporting financial independence for Children, Elderly, Local Communities, Veterans and Women.

Our primary strategic veteran community outreach partners include The Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation, and various local organizations supported by our local military veteran Employee Resource Groups.

Our Employee Resource Groups are grassroots employee forums that foster greater understanding and insight of cultural diversity. These networks exist to as a forum for meaningful and supportive relationship building that inspire personal and professional development.

The Veterans Council and Military Engagement Association have a mission to recognize, connect, and support our military community by empowering employees to provide a network of support and community involvement and to strengthen CoreLogic as a leading military and business partner.

We provide opportunities for CoreLogic employees to be involved with veteran interests, participate in community events, and gain leadership experience.