Vicki Chenault, senior vice president of escrow services for CoreLogic, was recently named one of the most “Influential Women of the Housing Economy” by HousingWire Magazine. Awarded to women who have made influential contributions to the housing economy, Ms. Chenault earned the recognition not only for her leadership in advancing the growth and success of CoreLogic flood solutions, but also for helping propel the industry forward as a whole.
A former executive with a national mortgage lender, Ms. Chenault joined First American Flood Services, a predecessor to CoreLogic, in 1997. Since then, she has achieved several significant company milestones. These include the modernization of the flood determination process--which has led to the automation of more than 90 percent of all determinations—as well as the successful mapping of a majority of the nation’s parcels of land. To date, 127 million parcels have been mapped out of the 145 million nationwide.
“The CoreLogic flood determination services business has emerged as the leading provider of national geospatial and analytic solutions to the insurance, telecommunications, and oil and gas industries,” she says. “I am proud to have witnessed this transformation. This spirit of versatility and innovation has helped the CoreLogic flood solutions division maintain its number one market position for more than 15 years.”
As one of the 25 most “Influential Women of the Housing Economy,” Ms. Chenault was featured in the September issue of HousingWire Magazine. Click here to read the article.
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