EarnUp Expands Mortgage Solutions Leadership Team with Four Additions


EarnUp, a fintech company offering intelligent payment and data solutions for the mortgage industry, has expanded its executive team. Michelle Scanlon is on board as chief people officer, Aileen Casanave as general counsel, Brad Woodcox as vice president of strategy and operations, and Johnathan Flowers as head of marketing.

“Michelle, Aileen, Brad and Johnathan bring with them decades of experience and their expertise will bolster our executive team as we drive the company’s next round of growth together,” comments Nadim Homsany, EarnUp’s co-founder and CEO. “Along with our trailblazing customers, EarnUp has already helped over one hundred thousand borrowers to simplify the mortgage payment experience. With our expanded executive team, we are well positioned to grow the number of lenders and servicers on our platform to reach and serve even more people.”

Scanlon has been promoted to the newly created role of chief people officer, where she will continue to drive people strategy and enhance the company’s culture. She joined EarnUp in 2020, with more than 15 years of experience leading global people and culture programs for technology companies such as Broadcom, Accela, Jiff and HelloSign (a Dropbox Company).

As general counsel, Casanave will oversee and manage EarnUp’s legal and regulatory compliance matters. She has been general counsel or has held senior legal positions at many Silicon Valley companies including Jiff, TIBCO, Sun Microsystems and Lockheed Martin. She has over 30 years of legal and business experience in technology commercial transactions, regulatory compliance, intellectual property and corporate governance.

Woodcox has been promoted to the role of vice president of strategy and operations. He will continue to drive EarnUp’s internal operations as well as lead company strategy. Woodcox joined EarnUp in 2017 to create and lead the partnerships and business development teams. He has more than 20 years of experience creating business value and impact for startups and large corporations via roles in product, engineering, operations, strategy and business development for companies in industries such as fintech, medical devices and legal.

As head of marketing, Flowers will lead all marketing initiatives to attract and retain enterprise customers. He brings over 25 years of marketing, design and creative experience to EarnUp, having held senior positions at companies such as Google, PayPal, Amazon, PubNub, eBay, Agilent and HP.

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