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2017 Women of Influence: Karen Lanning

After First American acquired Forsythe Appraisals, TD Service Financial and RedVision in 2016, Lanning supported the transition of employees into the larger First American family, which required her to develop unique approaches that highlighted the values the companies shared and First American’s heritage as a family-run company. The impact that people from both companies have had since the acquisitions is a reflection of the skill and creativity Lanning brings to her role.

When Kevin Wall, president of First American Mortgage Solutions, made taking employee engagement a higher priority, he partnered with Lanning and her team to spearhead the initiative.

It was a natural extension of the work Lanning had been doing across the company, as she helped enhance First American’s approach to employee engagement through the implementation and analysis of biannual employee surveys, and her emphasis on consistent and relevant employee communication. 

Lanning also helped create First American’s Women in Leadership program, now in its fifth year. Since nearly 70% of First American’s employees are female, the program plays a powerful role in career development and has produced 66 “graduates” that are pioneering new approaches throughout the company.

The Prognosis For Repeal of Obamacare

For more than seven years, Republican lawmakers, including President  Trump , campaigned on a promise to repeal Obamacare.

They rightly noted that Obamacare severely disrupted the health insurance markets, making health plans prohibitively expensive for many Americans. They reminded everyone of President Obama’s hollow promise that those who wanted to keep their health care plan or their doctor could do so if they wished.

The drumbeat was such that in 2015, when Mr. Obama was still in office,  Congress  managed to pass a partial repeal of Obamacare.

The effort was vetoed, of course. But conservatives didn’t give up.

We kept sounding the alarm about the damage that  Congress  had unleashed by foisting the ironically named “Affordable Care Act” on the public, while the Obama administration insulated them from the full costs of the program with taxpayer subsidies that were never even appropriated. We ran the numbers. We chronicled the plight of real Americans suffering under the law.

Why is the Obama government starting the next housing bubble?

Seriously foloks, this reeks of stupid.

Among other remedies: favorable interest rates and down-payment assistance for minority borrowers with weak credit.

It's part of Barry's plan to destroy the U.S.