Docutech’s Amy Brandt Recognized as Top Corporate Woman Leader in STEM
SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ., Nov. 7, 2017 – Amy Brandt, president and COO of Docutech, the leading provider of document, compliance and eClose technology for mortgage, home equity and consumer lending, has been recognized by STEMconnector, the member-based organization focusing on eliminating the STEM talent gap, in the company’s 6th annual publication of 100 Corporate Women Leaders in STEM.
Published annually, the 100 Corporate Women Leaders in STEM publication features corporate women who offer a unique perspective on issues facing America’s STEM workforce. As visionaries, these women offer a unique perspective on the challenges and opportunities surrounding a diverse, strong, STEM pipeline, and their insights will drive the action going forward. The list responds to the need to identify champions that relate to women considering STEM careers, a critical need given the significant underrepresentation of women and minorities in STEM fields. Each honoree is profiled across a two-page spread including a company biography, professional biography and a personal essay around a STEM topic that relates to her industry.
Said Edie Fraser, chief executive officer of STEMconnector, “We are proud to highlight 100 corporate women leaders and recognize their leadership and excellence. The role of women in STEM becomes critical to business and innovation. These role models are change leaders. Special thanks to Lorena Fimbres, VP and chief business development officer, and team for leading this series and contributing to STEMconnector’s position at the forefront of STEM thought leadership.”
With more than 20 years of professional and leadership experience, Brandt was recognized for her track record of success in a variety of STEM-related industries, including mortgage, software, tech, aerospace and financial services, and specifically for her current work with Docutech. Since joining the company in May, Brandt has been a key driver of the company’s major growth and technological initiatives, namely its recent expansion into a Scottsdale, Arizona-based office and the launch and industry adoption of its new end-to-end eClose solution, Solex. In her personal essay, Brandt explores how the mortgage industry can utilize STEM to move a traditionally paper-based industry into the digital age.
“The mortgage industry needs more aspiring young professionals to continue leading our industry into a more progressive, innovative and technological tomorrow,” said Brandt. “It’s a great honor to be recognized by STEMConnecter as one of the top female leaders in regard to my work in the mortgage space, and I hope to inspire the next generation of women leaders to continue utilizing STEM to develop creative solutions that will benefit and advance our industry.”
A copy of the STEMConnector publication, sponsored by Boeing, Credit Suisse, Deloitte, Diversified Search, Sprint and Tata Consultancy Services, can be accessed here: https://www.stemconnector.com/100-leaders/.
STEMconnector is committed to increasing the number of STEM-ready workers in the global talent pool. Owned by Diversified Search, LLC, STEMconnector provides a platform to engage leaders in both public and private sectors who are collectively re-envisioning the workforce and identifying strategies to increase the number of STEM-ready workers. STEMconnector’s goal is to inform, stimulate, counsel and connect leaders with a passion for and commitment to closing the STEM-ready gaps. To learn more about STEMconnector, contact Lorena.Fimbres@STEMconnector.com.
About Million Women Mentors
An initiative of STEMconnector, Million Women Mentors is the gender movement that supports the engagement of millions of STEM mentors to increase the interest and confidence of girls and young women to enter and succeed in STEM programs and careers. To learn more about Million Women Mentors, contact Lorena.Fimbres@sTEMconnector.com.
Founded in 1991, Idaho Falls, Idaho and Scottsdale, Ariz.-based Docutech offers a wide range of document technology solutions for mortgage, home equity, and consumer lending from document generation to eDelivery, eClose, eSign and print fulfillment. The company sets the standard in providing market-proven technology and unrivaled customer service to the financial industry. Docutech’s knowledge and solutions empower lending professionals to efficiently produce accurate loan packages in all 50 states to ensure compliance with constantly changing laws and regulations. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.docutech.com or follow them on social media at LinkedIn or Twitter @Docutech.