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Nancy Villacorta

Mexican born, raised in Chicago- has worked diligently since the age of 15 to establish herself as the financial powerhouse for many non-profit organizations throughout Chicago and surrounding suburbs. She has helped establish housing programs as both operations director
and program manager.

Her vast experience in mortgage lending, loss mitigation, project management, business
consulting, and runs her own radio program every Saturday has always focused on education,
advocacy, and empowering others. She has spoken on diverse topics of housing or finance issues on Telemundo, Univision, and Estrella TV.

Her mortgage and finance background includes aligning herself with not only non-profits but
with companies such as Wells Fargo Home Mortgage, United Financial Mortgage Corp., & JMAC Mortgage as she ran the operations for over 23 branches nationwide. With all that set aside, her biggest accomplishment undoubtedly is the collaboration with the non-profit sector that
has dedicated its roots to build communities, build housing opportunities, build jobs, and
financial literacy.

Such instance, she was the Financial Empowerment Director for South Suburban Family Shelter,
where she created and implemented financial literacy, job training, skill-building, and day today
coaching to women who were living in transitional housing victims of domestic violence. Nancy
has dedicated to career to helping others receive financial literacy on issues of credit,
budgeting, planning for the future, and making better financial decisions. Off the clock, she
even held financial literacy classes to her adult children at home on weekends – of which
invited one friend, who invited another, and it turned into a class of 7 college-aged students
coming over for class every Sunday night.

Nancy Villacorta enjoys and flourishes any opportunity to share the wealth – share the
information – share the empowerment – share the advocacy. Her documented experience has
helped many achieve their financial goals and better their financial future.

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