At NFM Lending I have been recognized with multiple awards for my work with the local “In Need” community of Frederick County as well as my professional production levels in the office. The first was the “2015 NFM Lending Community Branch of The Year”. I won this award based on the commitment I gave to my local Frederick Community in 2015. I was selected out of 121 other NFM Lending mortgage loan originators to receive this award. I have also received the “2015 President’s Club” , “2020 President’s Club” and “2021 President’s Club” awards for total volume production of originate mortgage loans. This awards are based on being ranked within the company’s elite sales force that considers best practices such as ethics, loan performance percentages, total production, customer service surveys and consumer feedback.
I am part of (3) main non-profits located within the Frederick County area. Those non-profits are Platoon 22, Mission of Mercy and the Frederick Community Action Agency. I am currently serving on the advisory board for Platoon 22 which is a non-profit that promotes awareness of Veteran Suicide and the 22 men and women we lose each day to Veteran Suicide. I have worked hand in hand with Platoon 22 for almost 6 years now. Mission of Mercy is a local non-profit that provides free healthcare, free dental care and free prescription medications to the uninsured, underinsured and those who “fall through the cracks” of our healthcare system here in Frederick County. In 2020 I lead the mission to distribute over 80,000 lbs of food to the patients at the Mission of Mercy clinic located at the Frederick Church of the Brethren. Among other fund raisers throughout the year I support them by way of personal monetary donations. The Frederick Community Action Agency Food Bank is operated by the Frederick Community Action Agency (FCAA) provides a three- to five-day supply of food to families and individuals who are facing an economic crisis and cannot afford to buy their groceries. The FCAA Food bank serves between 600 to 800 households each month ranging from very low-income families who use the food bank on a regular basis to moderate-income families who are facing a financial crisis and need food assistance. I support a volunteer base twice a month to serve food in the Frederick Soup Kitchen as well as the Food Pantry next door.