Courtney Dodd, Floify’s head of marketing, named a PROGRESS in Lending Sales, Marketing and PR Trailblazer

BOULDER, Colo. — Floify, the mortgage industry’s leading point-of-sale (POS) solution, today announced that its Head of Marketing, industry-veteran Courtney Dodd, has been named a 2024 Sales, Marketing and PR Trailblazer award honoree by PROGRESS in Lending. Now in its fifth year, the award recognizes the top sales, marketing and public relations executives making the biggest impact on the mortgage industry today.

Dodd joined Floify in 2023 with 12 years of experience in the mortgage and fintech sectors. Since then, the marketing expert has implemented a full-funnel strategic marketing strategy from the ground up to rebrand Floify, an exceedingly user-friendly point-of-sale (POS) platform, and reinforce its position as a fintech innovator. In 2023 and 2024, she successfully led the launch of two new products, Floify Broker Edition and Floify Lender Edition.

“We are extremely proud of Courtney and this recognition from PROGRESS in Lending as an industry trailblazer,” said Sofia Rossato, president and general manager at Floify. “Courtney has brought a deep understanding of the market and the needs of our customers to finetune and launch products that exactly match their needs and budgets, which is helping us gain market share even in a ‘down’ market.”

Many of Dodd’s fast-track achievements at Floify are based on her extensive mortgage industry marketing experience. Dodd joined SimpleNexus (now an nCino company) in 2019, and her marketing efforts helped the platform more than double its active users. During her tenure, she was also half of a two-person team that developed a consultant program called the SimpleNexus Advocacy Program (SNAP), which brought in more than $1.5 million in sales revenue in the two-year period she worked on the project. Dodd led the sponsor program at SimpleNexus User Group (SNUG) from 2020 to 2023, tripling sponsorship contributions in this period. In 2021, she was promoted to director of integrated marketing, and she oversaw all events/conferences, association relationships, demand gen marketing, digital marketing and account-based marketing.

Prior to SimpleNexus, Dodd was product marketing manager at Ellie Mae (now ICE Mortgage Technology), where she led strategic product marketing initiatives, including branding, positioning, client communications and go-to-market planning. She also served as marketing manager at Calyx Software and was the regional marketing consultancy team lead at PrimeLending, a PlainsCapital Company.

“It’s an honor to be recognized by PROGRESS in Lending as a trailblazer in my field and add this recognition to the other accolades being earned by Floify and its team,” said Dodd. “I feel we’re a company on the move, bringing innovation to our customers and the industry at a time when mortgage lenders and brokers need to work more efficiently and contain costs while creating a digital-first and welcoming user experience to customers.”

About Floify

Floify is a digital mortgage automation solution that streamlines the loan process by providing a secure application, communication, and document portal between lenders, borrowers, referral partners, and other mortgage stakeholders. Loan originators use the platform to collect and verify borrower documentation, track loan progress, communicate with borrowers and real estate agents, and close loans faster. The company is based in Boulder, Colorado and is a subsidiary of Porch Group, Inc. (“Porch Group”) (NASDAQ: PRCH). For more information, visit the company’s website at or on social media at Facebook, LinkedIn, or Twitter / X.

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