Washington DC

Bio: David H. Stevens, CMB (Dave) is a mortgage banking and housing policy expert and consultant having served in influential executive roles in private industry and government service for several decades. Dave was the Chief Executive Officer and President at the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) from June 1, 2011 through Sept 30, 2018. Mr. Stevens was confirmed by the US Senate and served as the Assistant Secretary of Housing and Federal Housing Commissioner at HUD (US Department of Housing and Urban Development) under President Obama from 2009-2011. Mr. Stevens served as President and Chief Operating Officer of Long & Foster Real Companies, Inc. from 2005 - 2009. In previous roles he served as Executive Vice President, National Wholesale Manager at Wells Fargo Home Mortgage and as Senior Vice President at Freddie Mac where he managed all customer relationships, affordable lending, communications, and marketing strategies as the head of Freddie Mac's Single Family Business. Mr. Stevens began his career at World Savings Bank, where, after 16 years he served as Group Senior Vice President. He served on the board of Directors of MERSCORP, he was the Founding Executive Sponsor of the Woman’s Mortgage Industry Network, serves on the Opens Doors Foundation and received the Founders Award from the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals (NAHREP). Mr. Stevens has been widely quoted in media and has been listed as one of Bloomberg's "Top 50" most influential in Real Estate. Mr. Stevens received his CMB (Certified Mortgage Banker) in 2015 and received his undergraduate degree from the University of Colorado at Boulder, Colo. Mr. Stevens and his wife Mary have four children and one grandchild and reside in Washington DC

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