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Michele McCoy Joins OrangeGrid as VP

OrangeGrid, a California-based provider of configurable business process workflow solutions to the financial services industry, announced that Michele McCoy has joined as VP of business development. McCoy brings over 30 years’ experience in financial services industry to the OrangeGrid team, along with a proven track record of success driving long-term organizational growth following key leadership positions with Fifth Third Bank, Bank One, National City, and Citigroup.

“We are thrilled to welcome Michele to our team,” said Todd Mobraten, CEO, and founder of OrangeGrid. “With a passion for problem-solving and helping clients tackle complex problems with pragmatic solutions, Michele will assist OrangeGrid in building and sustaining strong business relationships across our rapidly growing client base for years to come.”

Before joining OrangeGrid, McCoy served Nations Default Services as VP of Client Relations, providing support to multiple companies under the Nations Holdings umbrella; with a focus on the strategic consultation on compliance matters, process optimization, and business development-both internally and with clientele.

As SVP of default and special servicing, McCoy was responsible for the oversight of a $2 billion loan portfolio in various stages of default, foreclosure, bankruptcy, REO, post-sale claims, conveyance, property preservation, valuations, charge-off, and regulatory compliance. She is a nationally recognized leader in real estate sales and services; having provided REO disposition services to over 30 lenders in 50 states.

About Author: Seth Welborn

Seth Welborn is a contributing writer for DS News. He is a Harding University graduate with a degree in English and a minor in writing, and has studied abroad in Athens, Greece. An East Texas native, he also works part-time as a photographer.

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