2018 ALTA TIPAC Awards

2018 ALTA TIPAC Awards
During the 2019 Advocacy Summit, ALTA honored individuals and entities for their effort in helping to raise donations in 2018 for the Title Industry Political Action Committee (TIPAC).
“We are proud to present these awards in honor of the title professionals who understand the commitment to making TIPAC stronger each and every year,” said David Townsend NTP, chair of ALTA’s TIPAC Committee. “It’s not just strength in our dollars, it’s strength in our numbers who believe in what TIPAC does. In 2018, TIPAC raised $551,980 from 979 contributors. This made the 2017-2018 election cycle TIPAC’s most profitable cycle and secured TIPAC as a million-dollar PAC. We could not have done this without the help of our outstanding TIPAC trustees who volunteer their time to raise money for TIPAC. We are proud to present these awards in honor of their commitment to making TIPAC stronger.”
Top Underwriter Award: Fidelity National Title Group was recognized as the underwriter that raised the most money from its employees in 2018. Accepting the award on behalf of Fidelity National Title Group was Erika Meinhardt. Last year, Fidelity raised $130,193 from 248 contributors. Already in 2019, the company has raised $186,150 from 29 employees.
 
Top Mid-Cap Underwriter Award: CATIC was recognized as the mid-cap underwriter that raised the most money from its employees in 2018. Accepting the award on behalf of the company were Anthony Lombardi and Ashley Sadler. Last year, CATIC raised $9,905 from 34 contributors. So far this year, the company has raised $1,725 from six contributors.
 
Top Agent Award: Land Title Guaranty Co. in Colorado was recognized as the agency that raised the most money from its employees in 2018. Diane Evans of Land Title Guarantee accepted the award. Last year, the company raised $24,405 from 50 contributors.
 
Outstanding State Trustee Award: Quinn Stufflebeam of Title Financial Corporation. This award goes to the person who increased their state’s contribution totals the most in 2018. In 2017, this state went from $4,625 from nine contributors and in 2018 this person increased that to $10,755 from 15 contributors.
 
New Contributor Award: Tom Richardson of Liberty Title Agency received the award for the agent who brought in the most new contributors in 2018. Accepting the award was William Richardson, Tom’s son. In 2017, the company had three contributors, but tripled that number in 2018.
Source: blog.alta.org