RPC Introduces and Welcomes new Portfolio Manager, Janiece Norfleet
Janiece Norfleet is the Associate Partner for Portfolio and Finance managing the processes, policies and procedures [pre-loan application, loan consideration, post-loan approval and loan monitoring] of the RPC loan portfolio for quality control, due diligence and sound loan performance. In addition, Ms. Norfleet coordinates with the General Manager on finance and budget in lending and organizational matters.
Ms. Norfleet brings to RPC experience in Community Development Financial Institution [CDFI] management, alternative lending, program management, financial advising and operational risk management. She also brings to RPC leadership and management skills as a CEO of a startup CDFI, Union Baptist Church Federal Credit Union in Fort Wayne, IN, that is benefitting from her build out of a teller team, lending services and innovative loan products for its members. Ms. Norfleet also served as a HUD Certified Housing Counselor at the Fort Wayne Urban League.
A graduate of Howard University's School of Business, Ms. Norfleet also worked as a CFO and Program Director at Joshua's Hand, an organization focused on financial literacy services, home ownership assistance and education to help residents start a path to self-sufficiency. She also worked in Washington, D.C. at Fannie Mae in human resources, operations and technology and operational risk management. She is a native of Grand Rapids, MI.
RPC Co-founder and General Manager Cuong Huynh underscored Ms. Norfleet's experience and passion to help underserved communities through family economic security as appreciative additions to RPC's focus to continue its loan portfolio management.
"On behalf of our team, board, loan committee, grantors and investors and loan customers, I am pleased to welcome Janiece Norfleet to our growing team. She has impressive technical expertise in risk management and finance as well as the relational/cultural competency expertise to manage our growing loan portfolio---a portfolio that is not just about numbers but people---based on our standards of excellence," stated Huynh.