Reverse mortgage subservicer Celink late last week announced the hiring of Mary P. Riley as vice president of human resources, a first for the company.
“We are excited to add the new role of VP of human resources to Celink,” chief financial officer Rebecca Green said in a statement. “This position shows our commitment to supporting our team members and continuing to build partnerships with our clients.”
Riley, who has more than 25 years of experience in the field, had previously worked as the director of human resources for the city of Lansing, Mich., where Celink is based. She belongs to the Society of Human Resources Management and the Michigan Public Employer Labor Relations Association, and holds a master’s of public administration degree from Western Michigan University.
Celink subservices reverse mortgages in all 50 states, and currently oversees a portfolio worth more than $40 billion. The company has made several key personnel moves over the last year, promoting Patricia Cotter to vice president of financial systems and automation in May, hiring Martha Belcher as its first-ever general counsel in December, and adding Emily Ford as director of client relations in November.
Written by Alex Spanko