Gabrielle Harrison joined Bank of America in April 2010 with more than 20 years in the mortgage finance industry. Her experience includes leading sales and multi-site operations, development and execution of new processes and tools and successful establishment and sustainment of relationships with all levels of local, state, governmental and non-profit agencies. She is currently responsible for the day-to-day execution of the Real Estate Owned operations focusing on the successful disposition of both Bank of America and investor assets. Prior to joining Bank of America, Gabrielle led the Real Estate Owned division for Fannie Mae which is the largest Real Estate Owned business nationwide. As vice president for Fannie Maes National Property Disposition Center (NPDC) Real-Estate-Owned Sales, she was responsible for managing credit losses and developing strategic plans to facilitate the effective marketing of foreclosed properties. She also served in the role of Fannie Mae's industry facing position for community involvement and as a point of contact for numerous real estate organizations. Before her appointment to vice president, Gabrielle was the sales director for Fannie Mae's NPDC where she managed the disbursement of approximately $3 billion in real estate annually; developed geographically specific strategies to sell corporate assets located nationwide; assisted in the development of the financial control structure for the NPDC; developed communication strategy of the financial control environment for the NPDC; created sound policies & procedures and operationally effective controls and reports; and provided direction and vision to professional level management and staff of approximately 70 associates. Her tenure with Fannie Mae also includes serving as a sale manager and sale representative for the NPDC.Before joining Fannie Mae in 1995, Gabrielle was a community mortgage representative for Commerce Bank. Before that, she was a mortgage consultant and a mortgage sales manager for PHH US Mortgage.Gabrielle has a bachelor of arts degree in rhetoric and communication from the University of Virginia.
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