Patrick Nackley has been promoted to senior vice president at Superior Home Services, a provider of Federal Housing Administration (FHA) property remediation services for lenders and servicers.
In addition, Nina Pankau has been promoted to vice president of finance and information technology, and Thomas Vaughn has been hired as the new director of marketing and business development.
Nackley, who most recently served as director of marketing and business development, joined Superior Home Services in 2007 as the company’s corporate counsel. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Virginia Commonwealth University, a master’s degree from University of Tennessee-Knoxville and a law degree from the University of Denver.
In his new role, Nackley will be responsible for managing the company’s future growth, increasing operational performance and developing strategic initiatives. He will serve as corporate counsel and continue to manage the legal department.
Pankau, who joined Superior Home Services as an accounting manager in 2007, has more than 30 years of experience in the mortgage and property management industries. Most recently, she served as the company’s assistant vice president of finance and IT.
In her new role, Pankau will be responsible for ensuring the financial health of the company and the integrity of its IT operations. Her duties include preparing, reviewing and analyzing company financial information; working closely with senior management to develop strategic planning and business directives; and overseeing the company’s IT resources, budgeting and management.
In addition, she is also responsible for maintaining the company’s job tracking database system and monitoring operational efficiency and accuracy. Pankau holds an accounting degree from Parkland College.
Vaughn, who is new to the company, previously managed Ginnie Mae portfolios at Selene Financial, including FHA, Veterans Affairs and U.S. Department of Agriculture programs, and designed processes to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements and guarantor guidelines. Vaughn also previously served as assistant vice president and loss mitigation manager for EverBank, where he managed loss mitigation teams, including retention, liquidations and bankruptcy loss mitigation.