Amrock CEO and EVPs Recognized as Inspirational Women Leaders
June 8, 2022
Women are typically underrepresented at the top of the corporate ladder, but the mortgage industry is noticing that Amrock is different from a typical company. In an interview with The Mortgage Note, Amrock CEO Nicole Beattie, EVP of Appraisal Services Trina Scott and EVP of Title & Settlement Services Kylie Quetell are all acknowledged as “movers and shakers” that encourage women to “ignore the noise and believe in themselves.” The company is proud that its award-winning team members and culture are an inspiration for others.
“Here’s an open secret about how we offer exceptional client journeys, technologies and services to the real estate industry,” says Beattie. “We create an environment where everyone on our team is valued, every idea is given a fair shake and mistakes are lessons we use to move forward.”
Amrock is consistently rated as a top company for women to build their careers. Analysis from InHerSight – a website dedicated to helping women find the companies and jobs where they will thrive – rated Amrock the #2 overall best real estate company to work for. InHerSight also rates Amrock 4.7 out of 5 stars in terms of management opportunities and leadership representation for women. Their evaluation includes the fact that Amrock senior leadership has an equitable number of women and the company itself is comprised of 65% women.
The Mortgage Note dives into some of the many accomplishments by Beattie, Scott and Quetell to highlight the impact they make within the industry. The article mentions Beattie’s leadership during the COVID-19 pandemic in helping to fashion an online portal with sister company Rocket Mortgage to offer educational resources and automated solutions when clients needed it most. It also applauds Scott’s career-long effort to make the industry more inclusive for everyone, particularly for women of color, andher mission to fight bias within the appraisal space. Quetell is noted for elevating the team member experience through training and development programs that ultimately increase confidence and efficiency, as well as being recognized in the Crain’s Notable LGBTQ+ in Business list.
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