Ellie Mae ® (NYSE: ELLI), a leading provider of enterprise level, on-demand automated solutions for the residential mortgage industry, today announced that Mark Shields, the nationally known political columnist and commentator, will speak at a special dinner for CEOs during its Encompass ® EXPERIENCE 2012 National User Summit October 1 - 3, 2012 at the Wynn Hotel in Las Vegas, NV.
Mr. Shields has worked in Washington through the administrations of nine U.S. Presidents. He was an editorial writer for The Washington Post where he began writing his column in 1979. That column is now distributed nationally by Creators Syndicate. Since 1988, Mr. Shields has provided weekly political analysis and commentary on national campaigns for PBS’ award-winning "The PBS NewsHour.” For 17 years, Mr. Shields was a moderator and panelist on CNN’s “Capital Gang”. He now is a regular panelist on “Inside Washington”, a weekly public affairs show that can be seen on both ABC and PBS.
Encompass EXPERIENCE 2012 is an invitation-only event for current Encompass360 ® and DataTrac ® clients, including senior management, executives, system administrators, operations managers, loan officers and processors, compliance specialists, closers, secondary market managers and users of all experience levels.
“During an election year, gaining insights into the inner workings of Washington is invaluable and Mark Shields provides that perspective,” said Jonathan Corr, chief operating officer at Ellie Mae. “Mark brings those insights and combines them with humor and wit that is refreshing for people of all political views.”Shields will be speaking at this special invitation-only event. In addition to Shields, Encompass EXPERIENCE 2012 will feature an exclusive executive track with sessions on topics such as:
- Sub-Servicing: The Real ROI
- CFPB: The New Enforcer
- SaaS at Your Service: Leveraging Hosted Technology
- Harnessing the Power of the Press
- Creating Opportunity with Consumer-Direct
- Changing Lending Demographics: Meeting Demand in the New QM World
- Mortgage-Backed Securities: The New Calm After the Storm?
- Minimizing Buy-Back Risk: Hitting a Moving Target
- Looking Ahead in the Secondary Investor Market