Keetha Galland“The most effective way to do it, is to do it.” -Amelia Earhart

Drive. Commitment. Perseverance. There are many words and qualities that define this month’s Highlight. As noted in the quote above, she is a doer – someone who takes on responsibilities, sees the solution, and makes the solution, all while making those around her better and better informed to follow her lead. VP Processing Manager Andrew Porteck says of her wide-ranging abilities, “She is a conscientious leader who cares deeply for her team and colleagues. Keetha has an eye for talent and is a gifted recruiter. She’s helped recruit and onboard some serious talent so far this year. She always has Homeowners Financial Group’s best interest at heart.”

Keetha Galland is a Regional Processing Manager who started with Homeowners in December of 2020 and is based out of our Corporate office in Scottsdale, AZ. In this role, Keetha is blessed to oversee her processor team in their daily actions, loan pipeline management and to ensure the families we serve are provided the best home loan experience. She always treats others with kindness and enjoys workplace collaboration with her team members, across departments, and amongst the Executive team. “Being able to collaborate with multiple departments and leaders across the company has helped me to gain perspective on how our organization is successful day after day, year after year,” she shares. “The values of culture and treating each other as fellow Homies is truly evident no matter to whom I speak or interact with. It’s rewarding to be around such an amazing group of people every day.”

When Keetha is not crushing loans, she is a super yogi which is someone who is committed to the practice of yoga. Her life habits show the same disciplines as her work ones – frequency, intention, and depth. Also at the top of her list is hot Pilates and hot coffee – her instructor knows her well, along with her Barista. As an active individual, you can also find Keetha riding her bike or swimming in the pool during the warm summer months.

Homeowners Financial Group has an immense directive to ensure all Homies are provided with the path, tools and direction to be successful in their career and in their journey in life. Reflecting on her journey thus far, she expresses, “The opportunity for career growth was one of the reasons I decided to join Homeowners. Coming from a Builder background and having limited retail exposure, I’ve already experienced growth from a knowledge perspective. Having been a Processor, Trainer, Closing Manager, and now Regional Processing Manager, I’m seeing how Homeowners is contributing to helping me broaden my portfolio of knowledge and gain valuable experience. I’m excited to see where my career goes from here.” Homeowners is excited for and committed to your career, and we look forward to seeing and being the foundation for your growth.

We truly appreciate Keetha’s contributions to our company’s culture and are happy to hear the feeling is mutual. “Quite honestly, I feel proud to be a Homie every day,” she concludes. “The culture, support, values, opportunities, and comradery amongst everyone (starting at the top with Bill Rogers) is second to none. The culture makes it possible.” Thank you Keetha for your contribution to our DNA and for being such an advocate with your current team and future hires. Our Vision is and always will be: Our vision is to be the premier mortgage bank in the United States providing our clients with innovative products and exceptional customer service, while retaining our family oriented culture and commitment to giving back to the communities where we are located. We could not be successful without people like you!

more words that best describe Keetha:  Dedicated. Determined. Dynamic.

We are always looking for experienced professionals that are committed to serving the needs of borrowers while maintaining a corporate culture focused on family. If this is you, please contact us for more information on becoming a Homie: www.homeownersfg.com/careers.

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