ProsperitasForward promotes Tish Bush to EVP, Process Engineering

Los Angeles, California (May 2017)

ProsperitasForward, a consulting firm led by a team of title industry veterans, formed to help title agencies improve top line revenue and bottom line results, today announced the promotion of Tish Bush to Executive Vice President of its Process Engineering group. She will lead the team devoted to Title and Escrow Operations and Best Practice Compliance Assessment and Remediation.

“Tish has been a key part of our success, and we are thrilled to promote her to this important position,” said Howard Turk, President of ProsperitasForward.

Tish brings over 30 years of experience leading divisions and driving business successes in the settlement industry.   Tish has worked for large national title companies hiring, training, mentoring and leading all aspects of operations.  Tish has also worked for title agents launching new divisions, re-building operations and managing the closure of offices.  Her experience has encompassed executive level positions creating strategic plans to analyze and enhance workflow models, review roles and responsibilities of staff to improve production and develop employee performance criteria that resulted in high gains in efficiency.  Her efforts have continually led to significant reduction in costs while maintaining high quality service ratings for her customers.  Tish has a reputation for building teams that deliver exceptional customer service results while achieving increases in business volumes and high returns on revenue.

Tish is a Member of the 2016-2017 ALTA Best Practices Task Force.  She has a degree in Marketing from California State University at Long Beach and a Master’s Certificate in Applied Project Management from Villanova University.

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