Sound Bend, Ind.-based Centennial Mortgage Inc. (CMI) has named U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) veteran Renee Greenman managing director.
In her new position at CMI, Greenman will manage the underwriting and processing of loans for multifamily and senior housing and healthcare facilities under programs insured by HUD and the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
She will also focus on developing and implementing new policies, procedures and programs at CMI, as well as streamlining existing ones. Greenman will work out of the company's Seattle office.
Prior to joining CMI, Greenman served as HUD's Seattle multifamily hub director. In this role, she streamlined Federal Housing Administration program delivery in an effort to preserve and increase affordable housing in the northwest markets of Washington, Alaska, Oregon and Idaho.
In 2008, she led a pilot Lean Initiative Redesign for HUD's Section 232 Health Care Facilities program and subsequently served as the program's national field operations director for three years.
In addition to her contributions to HUD's Section 232 program, Greenman also served on the FHA Commissioner's National Process Improvement Task Force, where she focused on strategies to improve HUD's multifamily housing programs. Prior to joining HUD in 1987, Greenman spent several years working in the private real estate sector.