NFM Lending appoints Stephanie L. Herring as Chief Human Resources Officer

NFM Lending appoints Stephanie L. Herring as Chief Human Resources Officer


NFM Lending and its Lending Family are pleased to appoint Stephanie L. Herring as Chief Human Resources Officer. Herring will lead company-wide recruitment and retention strategies to continue to grow NFM.

Herring comes to NFM with over 23 years of HR experience, 12 of which as an HR Executive. She is an award-winning HR professional, recognized by the Top C-Suite Executive Pittsburgh Business Times in 2022. Herring is a certified professional through the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI), the Society for HR Management (SHRM) and the Human Capital Institute (HCI) and has knowledge of HR compliance, corporate strategy, conflict resolution, Employee well-being and performance and more.

“I am very happy to join NFM Lending!” said Hering. “Their nurturing of talent has been key to their growth factor and that’s why they’re celebrating their 25th anniversary of service this year! The company’s people-centric attitude and recognition as a top place to work demonstrates that HR must continually evolve to allow people to feel a sense of belonging and grow personally and professionally. I am honored to have the opportunity to lead the next level of people development for NFM.”

Herring is passionate about building a people-first culture that values ​​employees at all levels of the organization. She believes that creating an environment of transparency, mutual respect and integrity is vital to creating a thriving workplace.

“I am very excited to be working with Stephanie,” said NFM Chief Compliance Counsel and General Counsel LaTasha Waddy. “She is a proven HR professional who will absolutely enhance the employee experience and culture at the NFM lender family. I look forward to having them as strategic allies in the organization.”

Herring holds degrees from Point Park University and is a graduate of Carnegie Mellon University Executive Leadership Academy through the Tepper School of Business. In her spare time,…



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