Linear Title has pulled together a powerful executive team of real estate and financial services professionals who, working in conjunction, contribute to the vision and drive that has made Linear Title a leading company in the title and closing industry.
Linear Title President and CEO Nick Liuzza attended LSU, where he studied business and marketing. Before joining Linear Title, he successfully led two companies, thus gaining the experience he would later bring to his position at Linear Title, where his passion, tenacity, and business savvy have helped the company achieve the success it enjoys today.
Linear Title EVP Nathan Chandler studied finance at Auburn University and worked as a banker before joining Linear Title, where he used his leadership skills to promote positive changes throughout the company. Todd Costa, who is the CFO of Linear Title, studied accounting and went on to earn his MBA from Bryant University. After working as an accountant and consultant, Todd Costa joined Linear Title and was quickly promoted to his current position.
Marc Trachtenberg, who is executive vice president of sales at Linear Title, joined Linear Title after graduating with a BBA in marketing. Upon graduating, he went on to gain extensive experience in the banking and mortgage industries, including founding and running his own residential mortgage company. He joined Linear Title in 2010. Joshua Dorsey is the vice president of operations at Linear Title. He joined Linear Title shortly after graduating with a degree in history and political science, and he currently manages and oversees the production and progress of all departments at Linear Title.
Linear Title’s chief technology officer, Jessica Digilio, began her career as a help desk technician before joining Linear Title in a role as a network and software administrator. Within five years, she was promoted to the position she currently holds at Linear Title. Brooke Whittaker, who is the AVP of client services and operations at Linear Title, worked as a closer at a mortgage company for several years and worked her way up the ladder before joining Linear Title, where she quickly received several promotions. Sarah Silva gained an extensive background in the mortgage and banking industries before joining Linear Title, where she managed the closing department before she was promoted to her current position as assistant vice president.
Linear Title benefits from the talents and business acumen of its executive team and is looking forward to the company’s future with these leaders at the helm.
Linear Title Can Transform Your Company?
At Linear Title, our business process optimization model is built on the view that all organizations are complex ecosystems. Business process optimization must thread the needle between the four major components of the business ecosystem:
Only when these components are analyzed and planned for holistically, with overall profitability sharply in focus, can we expect optimal performance to be achieved.
How Did Linear Title There?
To ensure that change is successful, it is necessary to use organizational strategy to create the change vision and identify those crucial, early steps towards an executable vision. Additionally, the organization must recognize and accept the negative impacts that the existing model is having on the organization. To best socialize the idea, it is important that the executive management team communicate industry trends (those that support the organizational goals and change), leadership ideas (related to change), best practices (in organizational development and modeling) and competitive analysis to justify the need for this change.
An important component of understanding, managing and decision making for department or business model change is understanding the organization and the issues that are affecting performance. Without this understanding, successful implementation of a new model may be misdirected and focus singularly on the symptoms rather than root cause.
Tenets to the Linear Title Business Process Optimization Approach:
Planned – Linear Title takes a long-range approach to improving organizational performance and efficiency, avoiding “quick-fix” Organization-wide – We focus on the total “system” and inter-workings
Support from Linear Title Executive Management – We work diligently with the executives at our clients to help them support change by modeling the behavior and going beyond espousing the benefits
Increased organizational effectiveness and health – Our objective is to tie process optimization to the bottom-line with the overall goal being to improve the organization and make it more efficient and more competitive
Planned Evaluations – Linear Title plans organizational checkups to manage and shorten the productivity gaps that naturally occur when change is introduced, helping our clients get the benefits more quickly.
Behavioral-science – Behavioral science is applied to the evaluation of people, the model and organizational performance
What does this mean to you? Process optimization boils down to business results.
Our approach leads to culturally-aligned process optimizations that stick and deliver the intended results. We know that is what our lender clients want – predictable outcomes, and most importantly…results. With the comprehensive Linear Title Plan business process optimization framework, we get our client organizations to accomplish astounding results. Explore more reasons why Linear Title is the right choice for your organization.