Marcia is honored as a Woman of Influence by HousingWire
HFUSA Founder and President is among 40 selected by HousingWire this year.
HomeFree-USA congratulates its Founder and President, Marcia Griffin for being named one of HousingWire’s 2015 Women of Influence.
The award is given each year to a select number of women who in the last 12 months have not only excelled in their respective companies, but who have played a key leadership role in moving the housing industry forward. This year’s 40 winners represent every sector of the housing economy from residential mortgage lending to government to advocacy.
“The 2015 Women of Influence are innovative leaders who are changing the way the housing economy functions,” says Sarah Wheeler, HousingWire Magazine Editor. “From developing better processes and solutions to driving legislative change, these women are having a far-reaching impact on the U.S. mortgage market.”
As founder and president of HomeFree-USA, Ms. Griffin has helped thousands of Americans become homeowners, build wealth and gain financial literacy. An educator at heart, Ms. Griffin has turned her passion for service into a forum to uplift consumers financially. Her goal is to move people up the financial ladder of success, and to elevate and develop them for economic self-sufficiency.
HousingWire is by far the nation's most influential source of news and information for U.S. mortgage markets, boasting a readership that spans lending, servicing, investments and real estate market participants as well as financial market professionals.
Winner of numerous awards, including a 2012 Eddie Award for national editorial excellence in the B-to-B Banking/Business/Finance, HousingWire has been recognized for excellence in journalism by the Society of Business Editors and Writers, the American Society of Business Press Editors, the National Association of Real Estate Editors, and Trade Association Business Publications International.
Click here to see the full list of winners. Join us in congratulating Marcia Griffin and the other Women of Influence on a job well done!