Global Vice President, Business Development, Sword Apak, Inc.
Doriene joined Sword Apak in 2011 as VP of Operations. She brought significant industry experience and
knowledge from her previous positions at major captive auto finance companies. In 2016, Doriene became VP of
Global Business Development, providing her the opportunity to use her extensive experience to help new and
existing clients increase the efficiency and effectiveness of their business. Doriene identifies how Sword Apak
can support the growing demands of the market and work with lenders globally by providing expert industry
consulting on solutions and technology.
Areas I would like to learn more about: Expertise, especially with technology.
Marguerite has worked in the auto and automotive finance industry for 30 years allowing her to understand
its strengths, weaknesses and, most importantly, opportunities. She devotes much of her time in … Read the rest
Elizabeth was born and raised in San Antonio, Texas by deaf parents. She spent her entire career in the auto
finance industry and retired in November 2017. She was the Executive Vice President… Read the rest
Director, Human Resources Sun Loan/Brundage Management
Valerie is the Human Resources Director at Sun Loan Company/Brundage Management, reporting to the CEO.
She has been working in HR for 20 years with the last 16 at Brundage. Having started… Read the rest
Originally from Boston and Long Island, Sharon has lived and worked around the U.S., and now calls Des Moines, Iowa, home. A 26-year career at Wells Fargo in various commercial roles and… Read the rest
Anne joined Republic Finance in 1999. She spent the first year of her career in social work in 1978. She then moved to Louisiana National Bank, where she spent the next seventeen years. She… Read the rest
Anne is the Head of TD Auto Finance (TDAF) Commercial Services. She leads the team responsible for commercial credit lending for franchised automotive dealerships in the U.S. Prior to this … Read the rest
Becky grew up in a small town, Jerseyville, Illinois. After college, her decision to start a career in sales was based on an extra $5,000 in salary and a company car. Thirty-seven years later, she is… Read the rest