Rosie is a lifelong native of St. Louis, joining a star-studded list of fellow Missourians that includes Maya Angelou, Harry Caray, Redd Foxx and Charles Lindbergh. The daughter of Sicilian immigrants, Rosie's family vacations as a child included trips to Italy. These days, however, she prefers Miami Beach to the Italian Coast. Rosie joined Equifax Workforce Solutions, formerly TALX Corporation, in 1997 and has since dedicated her abilities to the benefit of the mortgage industry. She is a graduate of St. Louis University and is known as Mom to her two children and a 6-year-old Yorkie.
A native of Grand Rapids, Michigan, and a lifelong Michigander, Marcy previously worked in higher education before deciding to attend law school and joining Trott Law in 1993. She co-parents three beautiful girls, two Vizsla puppies and two cats with her husband of 27 years. She is a running enthusiast who advocates running for maintenance of both physical health and sanity. At Trott Law, she serves as chair of the firm's Executive Committee and is the managing partner of bankruptcy. She completed her term as USFN president in November 2014 and is enjoying the perks of immediate-past president status.
After growing up on the family farm in southeastern Missouri, Courtney graduated from the University of Missouri-Columbia with a degree in political science and earned her law degree at Vanderbilt University. Once she moved to Nashville, she decided it was the perfect city in which to start her career, and she has been an attorney in the Nashville office of Baker Donelson since 2002. Her day-to-day practice focuses on assisting financial institutions and businesses with bankruptcy, mortgage and financial regulatory issues as well as representing clients in state and federal litigation. In addition to her law practice, she enjoys spending time at the lake with her husband and two children, cooking and traveling.
Carson is a managing director in KPMG LLP's technology enablement services network. Born and raised in Houston, he has lived all over the country only to ultimately return to his birthplace. One of many stops along the way included the nation's capital, having attended Georgetown University, leaving before completing his senior year and returning last year--two decades later--to earn his Bachelor of Science in business administration. He was president and founder of Cynergy Systems Inc.and...