Pamela Murphy-Boylan has been named president and chief executive officer of The Judicial Sales Corporation (TJSC), a subsidiary of Attorneys’ Title Guaranty Fund, Inc., that provides services to foreclosing plaintiffs and their attorneys when a judicial sale is ordered in the course of a mortgage foreclosure action. She replaces Nancy Vallone, who led TJSC from its founding in 1991 until her retirement earlier this year.
Murphy-Boylan joins TJSC after a 25-year career in the mortgage servicing, title and foreclosure industries, where she had in-depth experience in operational management and adherence to the complex compliance requirement of those fields. She has expertise in Illinois foreclosure, REO and title practices and has authored publications, led trainings and served on panels covering these topics.
“Pam’s expertise and oversight will be of great value to the already-strong team at The Judicial Sales Corporation,” said Peter Birnbaum, president and CEO, Attorneys’ Title Guaranty Fund, Inc. “We are confident Pam will continue the legacy of hard work, professional responsibility and good judgment that her predecessor was known for, as well as build for a strong future. We look forward to her leadership.”
With a passion for analyzing business operations to identify process improvements, Murphy-Boylan continually seeks to create efficiencies via automated solutions that benefit both TJSC and its customers. Regular review and analysis ensures TJSC is scaled to accommodate the fluctuating market trends.
“I’m driven by analytics,” Murphy-Boylan said. “We collect and use data not only to improve processes and timelines, but also to project the needs of the business from a resource and capacity perspective so we can take care of our customers and our staff.”