Ingrid Beckles is the senior vice president of Default Asset Management for Freddie Mac. She leads an area responsible for developing and implementing loss mitigation and foreclosure strategies, policies, procedures and technologies that enable Freddie Mac to mitigate and manage credit losses. Beckles has oversight and leadership responsibilities for the companys Non-Performing Loan Servicing, REO/Property Disposition, Default, Fees and Claims, plus Collateral Assessment Operations.Prior to her role in default management, Beckles was the vice president of Credit Strategy and Operations for Freddie Mac where she was responsible for establishing a new division dealing with point-of-sale operations, strategy, development of new credit initiatives and providing primary credit and risk-management support to the Mortgage Services division.Before coming to Freddie Mac, Beckles spent ten years with PNC Mortgage Corporation of America, now known as Washington Mutual Home Loans, where she held a variety of executive positions beginning as a Regional Operations Manager and moved through the ranks to hold several executive positions in Credit Risk Management. Beckles final positions were as vice president of Customer Focused Initiatives and vice president and Chief Credit Officer, having oversight of Credit Policy, Quality Assurance and Appraisal Policies, and Regulatory Compliance and Underwriting Policies.Prior to that, Beckles was with Chevy Chase Savings Bank where she held various management and executive positions, her last being vice president in charge of Quality Control, Central Processing and Policies and Procedures divisions.Beckles holds a B.S. in Accounting & Technology and Management from the University of Maryland. She has also completed a number of executive certificate programs at the Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management and the MIT Sloan School of Management.
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