MORPACMortgage Bankers Association Political Action Committee
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The list of MBA committees and task forces he has served on is lengthy, but some of the posts have included: current member of the MBA board of directors; former member of MBA's Diversity Committee; past chairman of MORPAC (2008-2010); past chairman of MBA's GSE [Government-Sponsored Enterprise] Repurchase Request Task Force; past co-chairman of the Loan Originator Qualification Task Force; and current member of the State Relations Committee.
Still, CMB, president and chief executive officer of Englewood, Colorado-based Pulte Mortgage, says this about him: "I first met Bill when he was MORPAC chairman, where I had my first opportunity to witness his passion for our industry.
MORPAC is the voluntary, non-partisan political action committee (PAC) of the Mortgage Bankers Association.
MORPAC, which is led this cycle by Bill Cosgrove, CMB, president and chief executive officer of Union National Mortgage Co., Strongsville, Ohio, raises approximately $1.2 million for each two-year election cycle.
At the same time, our political action committee, MORPAC, and our grassroots affiliate, the Mortgage Action Alliance (MAA), continued to deliver tremendous results.
He has been president of the MBA of Louisville, president of the MBA of Kentucky, former chairman of MBA's political action committee (MORPAC), a member of MBA's Advisory Committee and now incoming MBA chairman.
He previously served as chairman of RESBOG, MBA's Legislative Steering Committee, MORPAC, MBA's State and Local Liaison Committee, and MBA's Mortgage Reform Task Force.
And our political action committee, MORPAC, continues to deliver tremendous results under the leadership of MORPAC Chairman David Kittle and Director Julie Eddy.
MBA's MORPAC chairman, David Kittle, CMB, president of Associates Mortgage Group, Louisville, Kentucky, is a great example of a go-to member.