Mark Winter Promoted to Stewart's Executive Vice President of Public Policy
|August 29, 2007|
Mark Edward Winter has been elected by the Executive Committee of the Board of Directors to the position of Executive Vice President of Public Policy. Since 1985, Winter has managed Stewart’s Washington, D.C. office and is responsible for the development and coordination of commercial and residential real estate business, procurement of international land titling projects funded by independent federal agencies and represents Stewart before Congress, various regulatory agencies and government-sponsored enterprises such as Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
In addition to his Stewart responsibilities, Winter serves on the Board of Governors of the 3,200 member American Land Title Association and is the Association’s Chairman of its International Development Committee. Also, he is a Member of the Boards of Stewart Information International, STEWPAC and Living Water International – a non-profit interdenominational Christian ministry providing clean drinking water to people in developing countries, in particular Africa.
In 1995-96, Winter served on the Advisory Board of World Mae, a corporation organized to facilitate the development of a secondary market for home mortgage loans originated in countries throughout the world. He also is a charter member of the International Land Registration Association and the Fannie Mae International Real Estate Roundtable. Also, Winter is a member of the Millennium Water Alliance, a group of non governmental organizations with experience and expertise in providing clean, safe water and sanitation services in developing countries.
Prior to joining Stewart, Winter was special assistant to the United States Ambassador to Jamaica and was on the professional staff of Representatives Bill Bray (R-Ind.) and Frances Bolton (R-Ohio).
Born in Shaker Heights, Ohio, Winter attended undergraduate and graduate school at Georgetown University.