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Jerald Horner Named Chief Information Officer

Jerald Horner Named Chief Information Officer

Submitted by: Maggie Yarbrough, Social Media and PR Strategist We have some very exciting news! We are thrilled to announce that Jerald (Jerry) Horner, our current Senior Vice President of Technology, has been promoted to Chief Information Officer! In this new role, Jerry will continue to lead the IT team and ensure the Company’s technology needs are met and that the IT initiatives are aligned with the organization’s intermediate and long-term growth strategies. Jerry will remain in the Dallas corporate office, reporting to the President of the Company, Otto Bielss, and continue providing strategic direction for the IT Department in …

Meet Anna Molidor

Meet Anna Molidor

At the TMX Finance Family of Companies, women are leading the way. They’re mothers, mentors, military veterans, community volunteers, and operators. Our women are leaders. Read all the interviews we held in our Women of the 20th blog series to learn how they each became the leaders they are today. What has been one of your most empowering moments at the TMX Finance Family of Companies? At the end of 2014, I was running a TitleBucks in Austin, TX that I had recently been promoted to about 5 months prior. One day, I was at my office when an email …

Women Leadership in Action

Women Leadership in Action

With: Jennifer Harris, Associate General Counsel and Employment Counsel I was recently invited to attend the Consero Financial Services & Insurance Litigation forum which was held in New York, NY. For a bit of context, Consero is a relatively new events company that is taking an unorthodox approach to the normal business/continuing education conferences that us legal folks generally attend, not only to fulfill our annual continued education requirements, but to network with other industry professionals and learn about top-of-mind topics. Unlike other conference formats (where other lawyers speak at you about court cases and the letter of the law), …

Meet Nichole Baxter

Meet Nichole Baxter

At the TMX Finance Family of Companies, women are leading the way. They’re mothers, mentors, military veterans, community volunteers, and operators. Our women are leaders. Read all the interviews we held in our Women of the 20th blog series to learn how they each became the leaders they are today. Is there anything unique about your career background? Prior to working at the TMX Finance Family of Companies, I was a food and beverage manager where customer service and hospitality was the heartbeat of the business. This combined with great process management and a high level of attention to detail, …

Meet Julie Thibodeaux

Meet Julie Thibodeaux

At the TMX Finance Family of Companies, women are leading the way. They’re mothers, mentors, military veterans, community volunteers, and operators. Our women are leaders. Read all the interviews we held in our Women of the 20th blog series to learn how they each became the leaders they are today. How has your time at the TMX Finance Family of Companies been special? My time here has been special because I’ve had the opportunity to work with the best people in the industry who really take pride in training and developing anyone who is willing to learn. I’ve learned so …

Meet Michelle Wright

Meet Michelle Wright

At the TMX Finance Family of Companies, women are leading the way. They’re mothers, mentors, military veterans, community volunteers, and operators. Our women are leaders. Read all the interviews we held in our Women of the 20th blog series to learn how they each became the leaders they are today. Tell us something unique about your career background. I was a General Manager for a car dealership for six years prior to working at TitleMax. I have 17 years of experience in sales and customer service. What has been one of your most empowering moments at the TMX Finance Family …

Meet Loyda Vázquez

Meet Loyda Vázquez

At the TMX Finance Family of Companies, women are leading the way. They’re mothers, mentors, military veterans, community volunteers, and operators. Our women are leaders. Read all the interviews we held in our Women of the 20th blog series to learn how they each became the leaders they are today. Tell us something unique about your background that makes you, YOU!? Back in 2008, my spouse joined the military and we moved from Puerto Rico to Fort Stewart, Georgia. Prior to moving, I worked as a legal assistant at law firms that specialized in federal, corporate, and civil litigation matters. …

The Silent Hero

The Silent Hero

Submitted by: Gwen Bulington, Director of Regulatory Operations “… has earned grateful appreciation for your own unselfish, faithful and devoted service. Your unfailing support and understanding helped to make possible your spouse’s lasting contribution to the Nation.” -General, United States Army Chief of Staff A quote from the Certificate of Appreciation that is proudly displayed in my home alongside my husband’s Certificate of Retirement memorializing twenty years of service in the United States Army. Words of which I could not have put together better myself. My husband served as a Cavalry Scout prior to and at the onset of the …

Being Robert’s Voice

Being Robert’s Voice

Submitted by: Jennifer Mitton, General Manager Autism is a developmental disability that affects how a person communicates with and relates to people. It also affects how they make sense of the things around them. It is a spectrum condition, which means, while all people with autism share certain difficulties, their condition will affect them in different ways. Autism doesn’t come with a manual. It comes with a parent who never gives up being the voice for their child. My son Robert was 6 years old when he was diagnosed with being on the spectrum. He is considered high functioning and …

My Miracle

My Miracle

Submitted by: Amy Kremitzki, General Manager My daughter, Abbygail Jean, blessed my life with her presence December 27th, 2002. Things were not “smooth” for her arrival. I was very ill and she was very early. My little bundle entered my life without oxygen for the first several precious seconds of her life and they are not sure how long she was without oxygen before she arrived. Doctors were also not sure to what extent this would affect her. She was initially diagnosed with Static Encephalopathy. Which means that the brain function is abnormal and it interferes with learning, development, and …

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