Heart of Housing

Our people keep the heart of housing beating. We view our culture as one of our most important differentiators. These are the stories that make all of us Fannie Mae.

Empowering all at Fannie Mae

November 9, 2018

by Bill Loeffert
Vice President – Securitization Technology

Bill LoeffertEvery October, Fannie Mae joins many other organizations in the disability and business communities by participating in National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM).

At Fannie Mae, we strive to create an inclusive community that fosters an open and supportive working environment that meets the goal of "empowering all."

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The HERG and Campus Recruiting Host Fannie Mae's First Student Power Lunch

September 24, 2018

by Jose Mingorance
Director of Technology, Capital Markets Technology, COO

Jose MingoranceAt Fannie Mae, we strongly believe that Diversity and Inclusion are fundamental as to who we are, how we work, and our vision of being America's most valued housing partner. This belief is core to our talent lifecycle, recruiting strategy and initiatives.

Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) are one of the key enablers of our D&I strategy.

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Creating a Memorable Summer for Our 2018 Interns - Part 2

August 24, 2018

by Cat Johnson
Campus Recruiting Project Analyst

Cat JohnsonLast week, we shared part one of “Creating a Summer to Remember for Fannie Mae Interns.” Read more stories from our Summer 2018 interns as they shared their experiences interning with Fannie Mae!

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Creating a Memorable Summer for Our 2018 Interns - Part 1

August 17, 2018

by Cat Johnson
Campus Recruiting Project Analyst

Cat JohnsonEnsuring our interns truly experience the culture and career opportunities available at Fannie Mae is important to us.

Each year, we ask our interns to share stories about how they spent their summer. Read about some of the roles and adventures that they experienced during their ten week internships.

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Finding Value at Work

July 27, 2018

by Christina Caldwell
Communications & Marketing Specialist

Christina CaldwellWhen interviewing for my current position at Fannie Mae, I was told by a future colleague to ask myself three things about my ideal workplace: Do I believe in the mission of the company? Would I find the work personally fulfilling? Would I be challenging myself as a professional?

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