Last Updated on December 9, 2016
Master Title Agency, LLC , one of the Carolinas’ fastest growing real estate title companies, is pleased to announce that Ronda Strickland has been promoted to vice president of operations.
In her new role, Strickland will oversee all internal processes and communications regarding title insurance commitments and policies; serve as trainer for new employees and ongoing professional development; and assist with personnel matters.
Strickland joined Master Title Agency in 2014 as a title insurance underwriter. She has worked in the title industry for 10 years. She has also worked as a first grade teacher and financial services analyst. Strickland earned a Bachelor of Science degree in geography from UNC Charlotte, where she was a member of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Chancellor’s List and Dean’s List.
She received the Master Title Rising Star Award for 2014 and the Master Title MVP Award for 2015.
Strickland is a past volunteer with the Room at the Inn Ministry. She lives with her husband Jason and son Wiley in Charlotte and enjoys reading, knitting and live music.
“Ronda has distinguished herself as an exceptional member of the Master Title Agency team. I’m excited to offer her this opportunity as Master Title continues to grow throughout the Carolinas,” said Pat Jackson, president of Master Title Agency.
Master Title Agency is part of the Allen Tate Family of Companies. The company provides title services for both residential and commercial real estate transactions in North and South Carolina from local offices in the Charlotte, Triad and Triangle regions.
For more information on Master Title Agency in Charlotte, call 704-348-2866.
Master Title Agency, LLC has been serving legal professionals since 2002. With a strong emphasis on customer service, and more than 30 years of combined underwriting experience, the company has grown to become one of the most trusted and fastest growing title companies for both residential and commercial real estate transactions in North and South Carolina.