National Field Network (NFN), a field service, property preservation, and REO management firm with headquarters in New Jersey, announced the addition of multiple new leaders to its team.
Taking over as field violations manager is Tammy Jurgens, who started in the industry in 2007 as a contractor/California operations manager for a property preservation company. She was recruited by Countrywide in 2008 as regional property manager, moving to Bank of America as a result of her company’s acquisition. Jurgens’ most recent role was at Safeguard Properties, where she was team manager of estimates and repairs for the West Coast.
JJ Batts is now serving as NFN’s senior field compliance manager. Batts began his career in 1996 as a data input employee, moving on to the role of client liaison and ultimately preservation services. He has experience working with HUD and played in instrumental role in writing the 2002-10 Property Preservation Manual.
Joining NFN as VP of Dallas operations is Jason O’Donnell, who brings with him 17 years of industry experience, having held executive positions in commercial and residential default management, vendor operations, government compliance, client relations, reporting, and sales. In his role, he will oversee NFN’s Dallas-based operations and manage the company’s client relations and reporting units.
Mark Nelson is now working as quality control and internal support manager for NFN. A graduate from Seton Hall University, Nelson has worked in mortgage servicing for his entire career. His work experience includes owning and operating an asset management company for 15 years and serving as a consultant for several field service firms and small lenders.
Serving as NFN’s new VP of business development is Pamela Mills. Mills has more than 15 years of experience in operations, project management, vendor management, and REO preservation and asset management. Prior to joining the company, she worked for OneWest Bank as VP of vendor management, a position that saw her managing a foreclosure attorney network. She has also spent time at Field Asset Services, where she was responsible for quality control, bid production, and construction services.
Finally, NFN named Jesse Randall as VP of network development. Randall joins the firm with seven years of industry experience, having held key roles in property preservation and REO servicing. His background has focused on preservation and field services, risk mitigation, vendor relationship management, and business operations.