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INTERVIEW WITH WINDS - SHELLEY KAYE AND LILYVETTE RODRIGUEZ

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Shelley Kaye
President & Executive Director
WinDS

Shelley Kaye is a co-founder of Women in Diversified Services (WinDS) and serves as its President

and Executive Director.  She has had a multifaceted career in both real estate and mortgage banking

spanning more than 20 years.  Her experience in customer service, collections and loss mitigation led to

her greatest passion, REO asset management for organizations such as First Central Bank, Option One

Mortgage, ECC Capital and Insource Financial Services.  Shelley participates as a speaker on a variety

of panels at industry events.  Shelley and her husband Neil have two grown daughters and one

granddaughter, Megan.  Shelley also serves as the Secretary of the WinDS Foundation.

 

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Lilyvette Rodriguez
CEO/Broker
Excel Realty

 

Lilyvette has a proven record of success as a broker and real estate agent for over 23 years.

Lilyvette’s market coverage areas include San Bernardino, Riverside Counties and the Pomona Valley in

Southern California.  Her 15 years of corporate experience from working as a legal assistant in the

insurance and banking industries, prove to be a continued asset when contract negotiating.   She

specializes in equity sale, short sale, foreclosure, probate and corporate relocation.  Her business reflects

a broad spectrum of knowledge and services in sales and property management.

Lilyvette holds multiple certifications/designations and is a consumer advocate.  She believes that an

informed community is an enlightened community.  Lilyvette hosts a weekly radio show, Real Estate

Radio Unplugged, on AM1510 KSPA, Financial News & Talk, a Bloomberg radio station.

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