Bob Catalanotto has over 30 years of experience in the financial services industry, with 22 years in the secondary mortgage market at Fannie Mae. He is the co-founder and COO of Mortgage Harmony Corp., a financial technology company that develops software designed to bring greater efficiency to the finance industry. Bob is past Chairman of the Fannie Mae FCU and served in various leadership roles for more than 20 years. He served as an advisor to The Partnership FCU Board during the merger with the Fannie Mae FCU before being appointed to The Partnership’s Board.
Bob has a Bachelor’s degree in accounting from CW Post College in New York and a Master’s degree in international management from the University of Maryland.
Andrea Woolford Eley
Andrea Woolford is the Assistant Director, Planning and Resource Management in the FDIC’s Division of Insurance and Research (DIR) in Washington, D.C. Andrea began her career with the FDIC in 1991. She has been involved with the Credit Union for a number of years, beginning her tenure by serving on the FDIC FCU’s Loan Review Committee. She has since served on the Board at the FDIC FCU, and now currently serves as Vice Chair on The Partnership FCU’s Board of Directors.
Andrea graduated from Bowie State University with Honors in 1988 with a B.S. degree in Finance, and currently holds the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation.
Alex Wynnyk is the Branch Chief, Cost Analysis and Audit Resolution (CAAR), Division of Institution and Award Support (DIAS), within the National Science Foundation’s Office of Budget, Finance, and Award Management. His Branch provides financial and other analytic advice to various NSF divisions, as well as awardees and prospective awardee organizations. He joined the staff of the Foundation’s Division of Financial Management (DFM) in 1992. Alex has been a volunteer for many NSF-related organization, in addition to serving as The Partnership FCU’s Board of Directors. Alex earned a B.A. in Business Administration from Salisbury University.
Pamela Hawkins is the Branch Chief at the National Science Foundation (NSF) in the Division of Grants and Agreements. Pamela has over 30 years of NSF experience encompassing the review, negotiation and oversight administration of award instruments that help facilitate and support a variety of disciplines within the NSF. She came to the Board of Directors at The Partnership FCU as a Director of the NSF FCU. During her tenure on the Board at the NSF FCU, she also chaired the Credit Committee for several years.
Pamela earned her Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with a minor in Accounting from the University of Maryland University College and is currently pursuing a MBA.
Martin Henning is a senior FDIC executive currently focused on the agency’s information technology. He began his FDIC career as a safety and soundness bank examiner in 1991 and has served in multiple areas since then. During the recent ﬁnancial crisis he led a group in the Division of Resolutions and Receiverships to establish risk share program monitoring functions, which quantiﬁed and monitored the FDIC’s exposure to real estate price ﬂuctuations and other risks. Martin has also led several information technology development projects to improve ﬁnancial statement reporting, deposit insurance determinations, and economic data dissemination.
Martin has a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from the University of San Diego, and a Master of Science degree in Information Systems Technology with a focus in Management Information Systems from the George Washington University.
Bert Vint is retired from the U.S. Secret Service as Deputy Assistant Director after 25 years of service. For approximately 15 years he served in various positions with the NSF FCU to include member of the Credit Committee, Chair of the Credit Committee, member of the Board of Directors, Chair of the Board of Directors, Treasurer and Secretary. For the last two years, he served as a member of the NSF Advisory Committee to The Partnership FCU. Bert was appointed a Board member of The Partnership FCU in September of 2011 and currently serves as a Director. Bert earned his Bachelor’s degree from the University of Maryland.
Tanguy de Carbonnières
Tanguy de Carbonnières is Associate General Counsel in the Technology & Operations practice group of Fannie Mae’s Legal Department, in Washington, DC. Tanguy advises Fannie Mae’s IT division on IP and IT governance-related matters, transactions and risk mitigation, including information security. Tanguy also advises the company at large on copyright, trade secret programs and patents matters, overseeing the management of Fannie Mae’s patent portfolio, and advising internal clients on complex IP licensing and joint development transactions. Tanguy also supports Fannie Mae’s Communications department on Social Media communication policies and the Chief Privacy Office on data protection.
Prior to joining Fannie Mae, Tanguy worked in the DC office of Wilmer, Cutler and Pickering, now WilmerHale, focusing on cross border transactions, transnational litigation and arbitration. Prior to relocating in the United States, Tanguy practiced law in Paris, France for six years, primarily litigating real estate and corporate matters. Tanguy is admitted in New York, the District of Columbia, and Paris, France (inactive). Tanguy received an LL.M. from American University on international business transactions, focusing on international intellectual property protection, and a maîtrise en droit (JD equivalent) from the University of Paris II Assas.
John Forlines is Fannie Mae’s Senior Vice President (SVP) and Deputy Chief Risk Officer. He is responsible for aggregate credit risk management, including setting corporate level credit policies, limits and delegations. His leadership of credit risk management for the enterprise includes Single-Family, Multifamily, Capital Markets and Counterparty. He started his Fannie Mae career in 1987 and has served in many roles including SVP and Chief Audit Executive, with responsibility for all internal audit activities throughout the company, including internal controls and operational processes, as well as other roles in mortgage loan servicing, account management and risk management.
John has a B.S. in Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a Master of Business Administration in Human Resources Management from the University of Dallas. He is a Certified Public Accountant and member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.
Karen Hughes is a Deputy Director in the FDIC’s Division of Finance. She is responsible for the FDIC’s corporate accounting and reporting, accounting and tax policy and financial systems support.
Karen began her FDIC career in 1987 as a senior accountant in the Corporate Accounting Section, and has held many positions during her tenure. Prior to joining the FDIC, she was an auditor with the U.S. General Accounting Office. Karen holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from Virginia Tech and served on the Board of Directors of the FDIC FCU from 2007-2009.