loanDepot names new chief human resources officer

"Consummate HR professional" brings proven experience in organizational transformation, says CEO

loanDepot names new chief human resources officer

loanDepot has appointed former CoreLogic executive Melanie Graper (pictured) as its new chief human resources officer (CHRO).

Effective July 31, Graper will head all aspects of the company’s human capital function and support loanDepot’s Vision 2025 plan. Graper’s appointment comes a month after loanDepot announced the departure of CHRO Kevin Tackaberry and chief accounting officer Nicole Carillo.

“We are extremely pleased to welcome Melanie Graper to team loanDepot,” Martell said in the company’s press release. “I know Melanie well, and she brings a combination of strong leadership and deep domain knowledge to the company. She is a consummate HR professional with a recognized track record of developing high-performing talent and nimble and effective organizations, and I look forward to partnering with her as we continue to execute our Vision 2025 plan.”

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Graper joined loanDepot from CoreLogic, where she served as CHRO and a member of CoreLogic’s executive committee. Before that, Graper held senior leadership positions at Irvine Company, J. Walter Thompson Worldwide, Mattel, and GlaxoSmithKline.

“I’m excited to be joining loanDepot at such a pivotal time in the industry and look forward to partnering with Frank and the executive team to deliver an exceptional experience for loanDepot employees, customers and shareholders,” Graper said.

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