Cenlar Promotes Nayda McKain to VP, HR Business Partner

Cenlar FSB

Cenlar FSB, the nation’s leading mortgage loan subservicer and federally chartered wholesale bank, announced today that Nayda McKain has been promoted to Vice President, Human Resources Business Partner.

Nayda joined Cenlar in 2019 as Director, Senior Human Resources Business Partner where she acted as a strategic partner and trusted advisor to the executive leadership team by delivering plans to drive organizational change, employee engagement, process improvements and business continuity.

“Nayda’s promotion is well deserved. She is a valuable member of the team and a transformational leader who continues to help Cenlar achieve business goals by providing guidance on employee relations, retention, recruitment, performance management, compensation, leadership and employee training,” said Vice President of Human Resources Kimberly Matthews.

Throughout Nayda’s career, she has managed several business functions which not only include human resources but also, risk management operations, compliance, events management, facilities management and financial planning.

Prior to joining Cenlar, Nayda was at Fannie Mae where she was Chief of Staff for the Southeast and Northeast Regional Sales division. She developed the strategic roadmap to align sales talent with enterprise goals, and coached the leadership team on how to drive business strategies to achieve KPI objectives. She has also held positions at AIG Life Insurance Companies, and Wells Fargo.

“In this role, I will lead a team of HR professionals and work closely with executive leadership to advise on human capital functions and continue to deliver on Cenlar’s business strategy,” said Nayda.

Nayda holds a degree in business administration and human resources management from the University of Phoenix and is also a graduate of the UCLA School of Management Latino Leadership Institute Program.

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