Graper will further support the company’s Vision 2025 plan and brings a proven track record of public company organizational transformation to loanDepot’s CHRO role
loanDepot, Inc. (NYSE: LDI) (together with its subsidiaries, "loanDepot" or the "Company") today announced that Melanie Graper has been named chief human resources officer (CHRO), effective July 31. Graper will oversee all aspects of the company’s human capital function and drive forward critical organizational aspects of loanDepot’s Vision 2025 plan. Graper, who succeeds Kevin Tackaberry, will report to President and CEO Frank Martell and be based in the organization’s Orange County, Calif. headquarters, along with other key executive leadership.
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loanDepot, Inc. today announced that Melanie Graper has been named chief human resources officer (CHRO), effective July 31. (Photo: Business Wire)
“We are extremely pleased to welcome Melanie Graper to team loanDepot,” said Martell. “I know Melanie well, and she brings a combination of strong leadership and deep domain knowledge to the Company. She is a consummate HR professional with a recognized track record of developing high-performing talent and nimble and effective organizations, and I look forward to partnering with her as we continue to execute our Vision 2025 plan."
“As we work to emerge from this challenging market cycle, the continued identification, development and retention of a diverse, high-performing team remains one of our most critical priorities to ensure our long-term growth and success,” Martell added.
Graper most recently served as chief human resources officer of CoreLogic Inc. from 2019 to February 2023. As a member of CoreLogic’s Executive Committee, she partnered with the executive team in pivoting to a more customer-centric and market-facing organization. She developed a human capital strategy to support change and elevate the employee experience through new reward and benefit programs, a global learning community and talent platform, and a more inclusive, empowered, and community-focused culture that was recognized as a Great Place to Work.
Graper has extensive experience in organization design, business transformation, and managing complex organizations with multiple lines of business. She is a passionate advocate of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI), as well as employee well-being. Prior to CoreLogic, she held senior leadership positions at the Irvine Company, J. Walter Thompson Worldwide, Mattel and GlaxoSmithKline.
“I’m excited to be joining loanDepot at such a pivotal time in the industry and look forward to partnering with Frank and the executive team to deliver an exceptional experience for loanDepot employees, customers and shareholders,” said Graper.
Graper received a bachelor’s degree in public administration from the University of Southern California. She serves on the board of the American Heart Association, Western Region, and served as chair of the 2023 “OC Go Red for Women” campaign. Graper was recognized in the Orange County Business Journal as a “Women in Business Award” honoree in 2019.
loanDepot (NYSE: LDI) (NMLS # 174457) is an equal housing lender and digital commerce company committed to serving its customers throughout the homeownership journey. Since its launch in 2010, loanDepot has revolutionized the mortgage industry with a digital-first approach that makes it easier, faster and less stressful to purchase or refinance a home. Today, as one of the nation's largest non-bank retail mortgage lenders, loanDepot enables customers to achieve the American dream of homeownership through a broad suite of lending and real estate services that simplify one of life's most complex transactions. With headquarters in Southern California and offices nationwide, loanDepot is committed to serving the communities in which its team lives and works through a variety of local, regional and national philanthropic efforts.
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