According to the National Center for Women and Information Technology, women account for just 6% of the chief executives of the top 100 tech companies, and 22% of the software engineers at tech companies over all (1). NTC’s new CIO, Erika Lance, will make strides in fighting gender inequality in a male dominated field.
(Palm Harbor, FL) February 26, 2015 – Erika Lance, a 10-year employee of NTC (Nationwide Title Clearing, Inc.), has been promoted to Chief Information Officer at the leading post-closing services provider for the residential mortgage industry. Prior to her newest position as CIO, Lance served in other management positions, allowing her to gain the experience necessary to take over her current role in the company. Lance has worked in Human Resources, the legal department, client relations and overall organization within NTC, giving her a thorough understanding of both operational and client needs.
In order to develop the company's marketing division, NTC has hired board-certified public relations and marketing professional Gina Morales. Morales will ensure the company's message of helping servicers and lenders comply with regulations is known on a broader scale.
(Palm Harbor, FL) February 19, 2015 – NTC (Nationwide Title Clearing, Inc.) has hired Gina Morales, APR, to serve as the Vice President of Marketing for the leading post-closing services provider. Morales is a board certified public relations professional and marketing specialist. Her responsibilities in her new position will include creating and implementing effective integrated marketing and public relations programs that result in better communication and understanding of NTC's mission to protect homeowners and preserve U.S. land records by assisting banks in navigating compliance and regulatory issues.
NTC will have seven representatives at the MBA's National Mortgage Servicing Convention & Expo to assist servicers in coping with regulation and change.
(Palm Harbor, FL) February 16, 2015 – Leading post-closing services provider NTC (Nationwide Title Clearing, Inc.) will have a presence at the MBA's National Mortgage Servicing Convention & Expo 2015 in Dallas, Texas. While based out of Palm Harbor, NTC's clientele in the residential mortgage industry is located throughout the country – and the company’s presence at the expo will allow the research and document-processing service provider to continue its company culture of nurturing partnerships as if they are “right down the hall” from those they service.
In a heavily regulated industry, correct business operations are more important than ever. With NTC's new hire Todd Gomes, the research and document processing company will continue to ensure that mortgage industry standards and demands are met.
(Palm Harbor, FL) February 11, 2015 – Palm Harbor based NTC (Nationwide Title Clearing, Inc.) has hired Todd Gomes as the National Account Executive. Gomes will be assisting NTC, a leading research and document processing provider for the mortgage and financial industry, in maintaining the industry demand for the various life of loan services NTC has become well known for. With an increasing need to verify and perfect collateral, NTC has fine-tuned its audit, review and remediation processes to meet industry standards and demand. Gomes will be instrumental in taking these services to market and consulting with prospects to build processes that meet their needs.
Continuing with the company's mission of corporate social responsibility, volunteers from NTC helped ensure that the Palm Harbor Chamber of Commerce 40th Annual Harbor Art and Seafood Festival was a success.
(Palm Harbor, FL) January 30, 2015 – In a study conducted by the University of California, researchers found students with high arts involvement performed better on standardized achievement tests than students with low arts involvement. This indicates that what students learn in the arts may help them master other subjects such as reading, math, or social studies (1). In response to the reported benefits of art on a child’s overall academic success, as well as part of a continued corporate social responsibility (CSR) effort, Palm Harbor-based NTC (Nationwide Title Clearing, Inc.) NTC volunteered at the Palm Harbor Chamber of Commerce 20th Annual Harbor Art and Seafood Festival. On December 6 and 7, 2014, NTC staff put in a total of 24 volunteer hours during the two-day event by providing art related activities for children through the children’s art tent.