Fannie Mae names three housing finance veterans to board
Michael J. Heid recently retired as president of Wells Fargo Home Mortgage, the largest originator of single-family mortgages in the United States. Mr. Heid spent 28 years at Wells Fargo where he served in a number of executive positions in the mortgage banking division.
In addition to serving as president of Wells Fargo Home Mortgage, he was executive vice president of Wells Fargo Home Lending, and co-president, chief financial officer, and head of Loan Servicing.
He was chairman of the Lending and Leasing Committee of the Financial Services Roundtable and served on the Board of Directors of the Mortgage Bankers Association.
Hugh R. Frater previously served as chairman and chief executive officer of Berkadia Commercial Mortgage, one of the nation’s largest multifamily lenders, providing comprehensive capital solutions and services for multifamily and commercial properties.
Mr. Frater also served as chief operating officer of Good Energies, Inc., executive vice president at PNC Financial Services, where he led the real estate division, and was a founding partner and managing director of BlackRock, Inc., the world’s largest investment manager, where he led the real estate practice.
In addition to the Fannie Mae Board, Mr. Frater serves as Non-Executive Chairman of the Board of VEREIT, Inc. and as a director of ABR Reinsurance Capital Holdings, Ltd.
Renee L. Glover is the Founder and Managing Member of The Catalyst Group, LLC, a national consulting firm focused on urban revitalization, real estate development and community building, urban policy, and business transformation.
Ms. Glover previously served as president and chief executive officer of the Atlanta Housing Authority and its affiliates.
She serves as a member of the Enterprise Community Partners Board of Directors, one of the largest nonprofit affordable housing and community development organizations in the country, and has served on the Board of Directors for Habitat for Humanity International, as a member of the Board of Directors of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, and as a Commissioner of the Bipartisan Policy Center Housing Commission.