Kim Ellison is the Senior Industry Relations Manager in Fannie Maes Mortgage Fraud program. Kims role is to coordinate Fannie Maes anti-fraud efforts with Fannie Maes partners, including the lending community, industry groups and law enforcement. Prior to joining Fannie Mae, Kim was a credit risk and claims division senior executive for a mortgage fraud insurance company where she had oversight over claims investigations, insurance claims processing and risk based operational assessments of lenders with an emphasis on fraud prevention measures. Kim has extensive fraud management and QC experience in her 25 year mortgage career, having served as a Fraud Investigations Division Director at GMAC-RFC, a QC Sr. Manager at Norwest Bank (Wells Fargo), and a QC specialist at a small mortgage lending company. Her experience also includes roles in fraud training, servicing operations, underwriting and internal audit. Kim has been an active participant with the MBAs Quality Assurance and Leadership committees as well as numerous conference planning committees for the MBA. Kim has been a frequent speaker and trainer at MBA, NHEMA, School of Mortgage Banking and other industry events related to mortgage fraud and quality control. Kim co-created the Fraudopoly and Fraudsters Feud games played at MBA functions. Kim holds a BS degree in Accounting from the University of Minnesota.
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