Committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion, Jose has a proven track record of promoting a workplace culture that values and respects individual differences. Before joining Brace, Jose demonstrated his expertise in leading multiple mortgage default teams during the great recession, growth in business, and the Covid-19 pandemic while working at two of the industry’s largest bank/subservicers. His professional background includes a diverse range of experience, including loss mitigation, default contact center operations, default reporting, foreclosure, and bankruptcy.
Throughout his career, Jose has been passionate about building human-driven processes and leveraging cutting-edge technology solutions to optimize performance and exceed industry expectations. He understands the importance of creating an inclusive workplace that values diversity and empowers all employees to contribute to the organization’s success.
As a second-generation Latino, I understand the importance of promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion in the mortgage servicing industry. A diverse workforce that is inclusive of all races, genders, and backgrounds can drive innovation, promote better decision-making, and ultimately lead to improved business outcomes. Additionally, promoting equity and inclusion can help address historical disparities in the industry and ensure that all borrowers are treated fairly and given equal access to mortgage products and services.
Joining the American Mortgage Diversity Council (AMDC) is an excellent way for me to demonstrate this commitment and actively work towards creating a more diverse and inclusive industry. AMDC provides a platform for mortgage industry professionals to share best practices, network, and collaborate on initiatives aimed at promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion. By joining AMDC, I and other mortgage servicing professionals can help lead the way toward a more equitable and inclusive industry for all.