NEW ORLEANS, June 24, 2009 — USFN – America’s Mortgage Banking Attorneys, honored Adam Womack with the 2009 USFN Mortgage Servicing Leadership Award and Jason Bourdeau as the inaugural recipient of the USFN Ambassador Award at the group’s Loan Management and Servicing Seminar on June 4, 2009. USFN President Rick Rothfuss made the presentations.
The USFN Mortgage Servicing Leadership Award was presented to Mr. Womack, servicing manager at Fannie Mae, in recognition of his exemplary standards of service and dedication to the mortgage servicing industry. Always approachable and willing to discuss industry issues and challenges, Mr. Womack is an active participant in USFN seminar sessions, openly offering to discussions a wealth of industry knowledge and insight. As an industry veteran, he has consistently taken the initiative to guide and assist industry professionals from all aspects of mortgage servicing whenever possible.
Cambridge Place Investment Management’s Jason Bourdeau was the first recipient of the USFN Ambassador Award, created this year to recognize outstanding contributions to USFN and the servicing industry. The USFN Ambassador Award embodies an individual who is always at the ready to contribute time, knowledge and leadership to the efforts of USFN and the industry as a whole. Mr. Bourdeau has long been active at USFN seminars, serving as a panelist on numerous occasions and lending his expertise in MBS and the securitization process to presentations on this complex area.
“It is an honor to have the opportunity to recognize individuals who have contributed so much to USFN and the larger servicing industry community,” said Rothfuss. “Our reputation as a dynamic and committed organization is greatly enhanced by the unselfish hard work and dedication that these individuals daily apply to better USFN’s mission of education for the industry.”
USFN is a national not-for-profit association of select attorneys; trustee companies and associates providing comprehensive default services to the mortgage banking industry.