The mortgage lender wants to focus on its most important asset: people
Home Point Financial has announced the appointment of Kristin Supancich to the newly created role of chief people officer.
In her new position, the 25-year industry veteran will be responsible for driving the firm’s initiatives related to culture, engagement, leadership development, recruiting, and diversity and inclusion.
"Home Point is experiencing tremendous growth thanks to the hard work our associates put in every day," said Willie Newman, president and CEO of Home Point Financial. "We will continue to make our associates the focal point of everything we do, and Kristin meshes incredibly well with our 'We Care' mindset. She brings decades of broad-based experience that will help enhance our company's focus on our most important asset."
Most recently, Supancich was a senior vice president and global human resources officer at Kelly Services, a Fortune 500 workforce management company based in Michigan.
"I am thrilled to be joining Home Point, especially during such a transformational time of growth for the company," Supancich said. "From the first conversations I had with the leadership team, I was drawn in by their passion to care for not only our associates but the communities, partners and customers we serve. Being part of an organization that prioritizes its people and has a purpose beyond a transaction is essential to me. I look forward to being an integral part of Home Point's success by helping people throughout America secure the home of their dreams while achieving financial stability."